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Extinct moss refound in Wales

Sporophyte of Ulota coarctata An oceanic epiphyte, Ulota coarctata (Club Pincushion) was considered to be extinct in Wales during the compilation of the recent national Red List when the only records were from Nantcol ravine (1911), Tyddyn y Felin (1914) and Ganllwyd (1888). After an absence of over a century, it has just [...]

By |2020-04-04T17:45:23+01:00March 14th, 2015|News from bryophyte surveys at sites in Britain|

Rare liverwort refound in North Wales after almost a century

The rock-face (left) where Cephaloziella turneri was found at Ceunant Llennyrch NNR On the northern edge of the Harlech Dome, the spectacular gorge of Ceunant Llennyrch descends into the Vale of Ffestiniog. It is well known as an exceptional site for oceanic bryophytes. A surprising new species was added to the site list [...]

By |2020-04-04T17:45:23+01:00February 1st, 2015|News from bryophyte surveys at sites in Britain|