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The Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society (BLWG, founded in 1946), is a society with about 400 members (50 from abroad), which are interested in bryophytes and lichens. Among BLWG's online resources, there are online distribution maps and photographs of bryophytes based on 950.000 field records ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
www.blwg.nl/mossen/mossen/mossen.aspx
The HLK Whitehouse Bryophyte Stereo Image Library provides stereo bryophyte images taken by Harold Whitehouse (together with some by his wife) using a special camera. Details of the camera and stereo-photographic techniques can be found in the article "Stereoscopic Photography of Bryophytes" he wrote in ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
www.museumwales.ac.uk/external/bryophyte/
The bryophyte herbarium at the Botanical Museum, the University of Oslo, Norway, comprises a Norwegian herbarium (ca. 150,000 specimens, of which ca. 100,000 mosses, ca. 15,000 peat mosses and ca. 35,000 hepatics), a general herbarium (ca. 75,000), a type herbarium with ca. 100 types and a collection of ... [Information of the supplier]
www.nhm.uio.no/botanisk/mose/tax_alfa.htm
Liverworts (Marchantiophyta) are pivotal in our understanding of early land plant evolution. They form a conspicuous and important component in many terrestrial ecosystems throughout the world. The objective is to unify the vastly scattered biological literature and data on liverwort taxonomy, nomenclatu... [Information of the supplier]
elpt.fieldmuseum.org/
The aim of the International Association of Bryologists (IAB) is to promote international cooperation and communication among bryologists, whether amateur or professional. This is the blog of IAB; it will post news, announcements, field trips, events, workshops, meetings, pictures, videos, etc. The IAB ... [Information of the supplier]
internationalassociationofbryologists.blogspot.com/
The aim of "Bryophytes de France" (Bryophytes of France) is to provide a plattform for experts and enthusiasts in bryology, who up to now form a rather dispersed community in France, with limited opportunities for scientific communication and sharing of bryological information. [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
www.bryophytes-de-france.org/
This PDF file illustrates Bryophyte Phylogeny. The hypothetical tree of nonvascular land plants is based on molecular phylogenetic data (Feb. 2012). Branch lengths are deliberate, not expressing actual time scale; the position of many characters on the tree is still unclear; some minor orders/families ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
www2.biologie.fu-berlin.de/sysbot/poster/BPP-E.pdf
The 2013 IAB Congress will be held in the Natural History Museum, London from 15-19 July 2013, followed by a post-conference field trip to North Wales, from 20-26 July. We are planning a varied and novel series of symposia and are arranging the programme so that all those wishing to give oral presentatio... [Information of the supplier]
iab-conference.blogspot.mx/
The mission of the International Association of Bryologists (IAB), as a society, is to strengthen bryology by encouraging interactions among all persons interested in byophytes. The International Association of Bryologists (IAB) is an organization established in 1969 at the XI International Botanical ... [Information of the supplier]
iab-bryologists-website.blogspot.de/
Arctoa is a bryological journal, publishing scientific papers on mosses (Musci, or Bryophyta), liverworts (Hepaticae, or Marchantiophyta) and hornworts (Anthocerotae, or Anthocerotophyta). Arctoa is published since 1992 by KMK Scientific Press Ltd. The journal is issued once a year. Arctoa accepts for ... [Information of the supplier]
arctoa.ru/en/
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