The globally threatened Weissia multicapsularis is known from only five sites worldwide, four in Cornwall and one in South Wales. At Greeb Point, on the south coast of Cornwall, it has been monitored and habitat managed since 1998, funded by Natural England. The moss occupies bare soil patches in up to three hedge banks, but […]
The first thorough bryophyte survey and assessment of The Long Mynd SSSI, a 12 km long fault block within the Shropshire hills, has just been completed for Natural England. The results show that the site is of exceptional importance for this group of plants, in particular due to the many hundreds of springs and flushes […]
It is unusual to be able to make sound judgements about trends in many bryophyte populations at a site since there is rarely sufficient information. A recent bryophyte survey of Alderley Edge commissioned by Natural England, combined with detailed data gathered during 1997-2003 under the ‘Alderley Edge Landscape Project’, has allowed some fascinating insights.
Considering the […]