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Snowdonia

Rare oceanic moss lost from Coed Aber Artro, Snowdonia

Coed Aber Artro, with its deep wooded ravine, has long been celebrated for its oceanic bryophytes, with the first notable discoveries made by the outstanding bryologist D.A. Jones in 1901. A few years later, in 1909, he found Hageniella micans (Sparkling Signal-moss), new for Wales. When a large part of the ravine at Coed Aber […]

By |February 1st, 2015|News from bryophyte surveys at sites in Britain|

Rare liverwort refound in North Wales after almost a century

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 during a survey commissioned by Natural Resources Wales, the nationally scarce Mediterranean oceanic liverwort […]

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