Adam Storey Curador

Unido: 19.jun.2018 Última actividad: 17.jul.2024 iNaturalist Canada

I am a 4th year Environmental Sustainability major at Lakehead University. I am currently interested in botany and bryology with a focus on conservation, ecology, and biogeography. I am currently trying to document the plant biodiversity of Severn, Simcoe Co., Ontario. I am also working on an alvar project with interests in dryland mosses (i.e., Syntrichia spp.) and temperate biocrust communities.

Please feel free to use my photos for educational purposes.

Resources I Use: Mosses

  1. Allen, B. H. 1994. Moss Flora of Central America. Part 1. Sphagnaceae--Calymperaceae. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 49: 242 pp.
    [Out of Print]

  2. Allen, B. H. 2002. Moss flora of Central America, Part 2. Encalyptaceae--Orthotrichaceae. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 90: viii + 699 pp.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/msb-90.htm

  3. Allen, B. H. 2005. Maine mosses. Sphagnaceae--Timmiaceae. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 93: [xii] + [420] pp.
    [In Print] https://nybgshop.org/maine-mosses-sphagnaceae-timmiaceae-mem-93/

  4. Allen, B. H. 2010. Moss flora of Central America. Part 3. Anomodontaceae--Symphyodontaceae. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 117: i–x, 1–731
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/msb-117.htm

  5. Allen, B. H. 2014. Maine mosses: Drummondiaceae--Polytrichaceae. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 111: i–xvi, 1–607
    [In Print] https://nybgshop.org/maine-mosses-drummondiaceae-polytrichaceae-mem-111/

  6. Allen, B. H. 2018. Moss flora of Central America. Part 4. Fabroniaceae–Polytrichaceae. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 132: i–x, 1–830.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/9781935641148.htm

  7. Atherton, I., S. D. S. Bosanquet & M. Lawley. (eds.) 2010. Mosses and Liverworts of Britain and Ireland: A Field Guide. v + 848 pp. British Bryological Society.
    [In Print]

  8. Ayotte, G. & Rochefort, L. 2021. Sphagnum mosses of Eastern Canada: biology - anatomy - morphology - herbarium conservation techniques and microscopic preparations. Éditions JFD.
    [In Print]

  9. Conard, H. S. and P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1979. How to Know the Mosses and Liverworts. ed. 2. Dubuque, IA.
    [In Print]

  10. Crum, H. A. 1973. Mosses of the Great Lakes forest. Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 10: iii + 404 pp.
    [In Print] https://lsa.umich.edu/herbarium/publications/all/mosses-of-the-great-lakes-forest.html

  11. Crum, H. A. 1986. Illustrated moss flora of arctic North America and Greenland. 2. Sphagnaceae. (Mogensen, G. S., Ed.). Meddel. Grønland, Biosci. 18: 1–61.
    [In Print] https://www.nhbs.com/search?q=Illustrated+Moss+Flora+of+Arctic+North+America+and+Greenland&qtview=196310

  12. Flowers, S. 1973. Mosses: Utah and the West xii + 567 pp. Brigham Young University Press, Provo, Utah.
    [Out of Print]

  13. Faubert, J. (2013). Flore des bryophytes du Québec‐Labrador. Volume 2: Mousses, première partie. Société québécoise de bryologie, Saint‐Valérien, Québec.
    [In Print] http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/boutique.html

  14. Faubert, J. (2014). Flore des bryophytes du Québec‐Labrador. Volume 3: Mousses, seconde partie. Société québécoise de bryologie, Saint‐Valérien, Québec.
    [In Print] http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/boutique.html

  15. Flora of North America Editorial Committee (Ed.). (1993). Flora of North America North of Mexico. Volumes 27 & 28. Oxford University Press, London, UK, and New York, USA.
    [Free Digital Access] http://floranorthamerica.org/Key_to_the_Moss_Genera_of_North_America_North_of_Mexico
    [In Print: 27] https://global.oup.com/academic/product/flora-of-north-america-9780195318234?cc=ca&lang=en&
    [In Print: 28] https://global.oup.com/academic/product/flora-of-north-america-north-of-mexico-vol-28-bryophyta-part-2-9780190202750?cc=ca&lang=en&

  16. Ireland, R. R. (1982). Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces. National Museum of Natural Sciences Publications in Botany, No. 13. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/178709#page/1/mode/1up
    [Out of Print]

  17. Kramer, W. (2023). The genus Syntrichia Brid. (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) in the Holarctic with special consideration of North America. Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 154, 234 pp.
    [In Print] https://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783443510831/Nova_Hedwigia_Beiheft_Vol_154

  18. Long, D. G. 1985. Illustrated moss flora of arctic North America and Greenland. 1. Polytrichaceae. (Mogensen, G. S., Ed.). Meddel. Grønland, Biosci. 17: 1–8.
    [In Print] https://www.nhbs.com/search?q=Illustrated+Moss+Flora+of+Arctic+North+America+and+Greenland&qtview=196313

  19. Lüth, M. (2019). Mosses of Europe: A Photographic Flora (3 vol.) [DVD-ROM].
    [Digital Copy Available] https://www.mosses-of-europe.com/en/p/dvd-rom-mosses-of-europe-a-photographic-flora-3-vol-in-one-pdf-on-dvd
    [Out of Print]

  20. Michaelis, D. 2019. The Sphagnum species of the world. Biblioth. Bot. 162: 1–435.
    [In Print] https://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783510480333

  21. Murray, B. M. 1987. Illustrated moss flora of arctic North America and Greenland. 3. Andreaeaceae. (Mogensen, G. S., Ed.). Meddel. Grønland, Biosci. 23: 1-36.
    [In Print] https://www.nhbs.com/illustrated-moss-flora-of-arctic-north-america-and-greenland-3-andreaeobryaceae-tetraphidaceae-book

  22. Sharp, A. J., H. A. Crum & P. M. Eckel (Eds.). 1994. The moss flora of Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 69(in 2 parts): [i]–vii + 1–580 + I–XVII; [i]–viii + 581–1113 + I–XVII.
    [Out of Print]

  23. Spence, J. R. 2014. A guide to identification of Bryaceae with an emphasis on North American Species.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.researchgate.net/publication/268278609_A_guide_to_identification_of_Bryaceae_with_an_emphasis_on_North_American_species

  24. Zander, R. H. 1993. Genera of the Pottiaceae: mosses of harsh environments. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 32: vi + 378 pp.
    [Free Digital Copy] http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/Repr/Zander-GeneraOfThePottiaceae-1993.pdf
    [Out of Print]

Resources I Use: Liverworts and Hornworts

  1. Conard, H. S. and P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1979. How to Know the Mosses and Liverworts. ed. 2. Dubuque, IA.
    [In Print]

  2. Crum, H. 1991. Liverworts and Hornworts of Southern Michigan. Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb.
    [In Print] https://lsa.umich.edu/herbarium/publications/all/liverworts-and-hornworts-of-southern-michigan.html

  3. Faubert, J. (2012). Flore des bryophytes du Québec‐Labrador. Volume 1: Anthocérotes et hépatiques. Société québécoise de bryologie, Saint‐Valérien, Québec.
    [In Print] http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/boutique.html

  4. Flora of North America Editorial Committee (Ed.). (1993). Flora of North America North of Mexico. Volumes 29. Oxford University Press, London, UK, and New York, USA.
    [Free Digital Treatments In Preparation] http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/BFNA/SUMMary.htm

  5. Paton, J. A. 1999. Liverwort Flora of the British Isles 626 pp. Harley Books, Martins, England.
    [In Print]

  6. Paton, J. A. 2022. A Supplement to The Liverwort Flora of the British Isles 626 pp. Probus, Truro, Cornwall, UK.
    [In Print]

  7. Schofield, W. B. 2002. Field Guide to Liverwort Genera of Pacific North America, viii + 228 pp. Global Forest Society and University of Washington Press, Banff, AL, Canada and Seattle, WA.
    [In Print]

  8. Schuster, R. M. 1953. Boreal Hepaticae. A Manual of the Liverworts of Minnesota and Adjacent Regions. The American Midland Naturalist, 49, 258–684.
    [Out of Print]

  9. Schuster, R. M. 1957. Boreal Hepaticae. A Manual of the Liverworts of Minnesota and Adjacent Regions. II. Ecology. - The American Midland Naturalist, 57, 203–299.
    [Out of Print]

  10. Schuster, R. M. 1966. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume I. Columbia University Press, New York. 802 p.
    [Free Digital Access] https://archive.org/details/hepaticaeanthoce0001schu
    [Out of Print]

  11. Schuster, R. M. 1969. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume II. Columbia University Press, New York. 1062 p.
    [Free Digital Access] https://archive.org/details/hepaticaeanthoce0002schu
    [Out of Print]

  12. Schuster, R. M. 1974. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume III. Columbia University Press, New York. 880 p.
    [Free Digital Access] https://archive.org/details/hepaticaeanthoce0003schu
    [Out of Print]

  13. Schuster, R. M. 1980. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume IV. Columbia University Press, New York. 1334 p.
    [Out of Print]

  14. Schuster, R. M. 1992a. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume V. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. 834 p.
    [Out of Print]

  15. Schuster, R. M. 1992b. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America, east of the hundredth meridian, Volume VI. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. 937 p.
    [Out of Print]

Other Useful Resources: Mosses

  1. Australian Mosses Online. 2016. Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra
    [Free Digital Access] https://www.anbg.gov.au/abrs/Mosses_online/index.html

  2. Anderson, L. E., A. J. Shaw & B. Shaw. 2009. Peat mosses of the southeastern United States. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 102: i–xiii, 1–111.
    [In Print] https://nybgshop.org/peat-mosses-of-the-southeastern-united-states-mem-102/

  3. Bastien, D-F. & Garneau, M. 1997. Macroscopic identification key of 36 Sphagnum Species in Eastern Canada
    [Free Digital Copy] http://nswildflora.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Sphagnum-ID-Eastern-Canada.pdf

  4. Blom, H. H. 1996. A revision of the Schistidium apocarpum complex in Norway and Sweden. Bryophyt. Biblioth. 49: 333 pp.
    [In Print] https://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783443620219/Bryophyt_Bibliotheca_Band_49

  5. Bowman, K. 2017. Field Guide to the Moss Genera in New Jersey With Coefficient of Conservation and Indicator Status. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Forest Service, Office of Natural Lands Management, Trenton, NJ, 08625. Submitted to United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2, State Wetlands Protection Development Grant, Section 104(B)(3); CFDA No. 66.461, CD97225809.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://herbarium.rutgers.edu/documents/Field-Guide-to-the-Moss-Genera-in-New-Jersey.pdf

  6. Catcheside, D. G. 1980. Mosses of South Australia. D. J. Woolman, Adelaide.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://data.environment.sa.gov.au/Content/Publications/Mosses%20of%20South%20Australia%20WEB%20300dpi.pdf
    [Out of Print]

  7. Hedenäs, L. 2003. Amblystegiaceae (Musci). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 89: 108 pp.
    [In Print]

  8. Heenan, P.B. (ed). 2014+. Flora of New Zealand — Mosses. Fascicle I - XXXIX. Manaaki Whenua Press, Lincoln.
    [Digital Access Available] https://nzflora.info/publications.html#mosses

  9. Ireland, Jr., R. R. & G. Bellolio-Trucco. 1987. Illustrated guide to some hornworts, liverworts and mosses of eastern Canada. Syllogeus 62. 205 pp.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222549#page/3/mode/1up

  10. Jenkins, J. 2023. Mosses of the Northern Forest - Digital Atlas. Northern Forest Atlas.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://northernforestatlas.org/category/digital-atlases-2/mosses-digital-atlases-2/

  11. Lawton, E. 1971. Moss Flora of the Pacific Northwest. xiii + 362 pp. + 195 pl. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichi-nan, Japan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/Lawton_1971_Moss%20flora%20of%20the%20Pacific%20Northwest%20hardcover_ed.pdf

  12. Malcolm, B., Malcolm, N., & Shevock, J. (2020). New Zealand Mosses: An Illustrated Key (Version xii). New Zealand Plant Conservation Network.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.nzpcn.org.nz/publications/documents/new-zealand-mosses-an-illustrated-key-version-xii-2020/

  13. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2000. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 1: Sphagnaceae-Leucobryaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-1.htm

  14. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2001. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 2: Fissidentaceae-Ptychomitriaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-2.htm

  15. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2002. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 6: Hookeriaceae - Thuidiaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-6.htm

  16. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2003. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 3: Grimmiaceae - Tetraphidaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-3.htm

  17. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2005. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 8: Sematophyllaceae-Polytrichaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-8.htm

  18. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2007. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 4: Bryaceae to Timmiaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-4.htm

  19. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2008. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 7: Amblystegiaceae to Plagiotheciaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-7.htm

  20. Moss Flora of China Editorial Committee (Ed.). 2011. Moss Flora of China, English version, Volume 5: Erpodiaceae - Climaciaceae. Missouri Botanical Garden Press and Science Press.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/mfoc-5.htm

  21. Muñoz, J. 2023. Guía Campo Brióf. Bosq. Ibéricos 259 pp. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid, Spain.
    [Free Digital Copy] http://libros.csic.es/product_info.php?products_id=1698

  22. Noguchi, A. & Z. Iwatsuki. 1987. Illustrated Moss Flora of Japan 1: pp. 1–242, index. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/illustrated/Noguchi%201987%20Illustrated%20Moss%20Flora%20of%20Japan%20Part%201%201_242.pdf

  23. Noguchi, A. & Z. Iwatsuki. 1988. Illustrated Moss Flora of Japan 2: pp. 243–491, index. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/illustrated/Noguchi%201988%20Illustrated%20Moss%20Flora%20of%20Japan%20Part%202%20243_492.pdf

  24. Noguchi, A. & Z. Iwatsuki. 1989. Illustrated Moss Flora of Japan 3: pp. 492–742. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/illustrated/Noguchi%201989%20Illustrated%20Moss%20Flora%20of%20Japan%20Part%203%20493_742.pdf

  25. Noguchi, A., Z. Iwatsuki & T. Yamaguchi. 1991. Illustrated Moss Flora of Japan 4: pp. 743–1012, index (i–ix). Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/illustrated/Noguchi%201991%20Illustrated%20Moss%20Flora%20of%20Japan%20Part%204%20743_1012.pdf

  26. Noguchi, A., Z. Iwatsuki & T. Yamaguchi. 1994. Illustrated Moss Flora of Japan 5: pp. 1013–1253. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/illustrated/Noguchi%201994%20Illustrated%20Moss%20Flora%20of%20Japan%20Part%205%201013_1253.pdf

  27. Nyholm, E. YYYY. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 1: 1–84. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  28. Nyholm, E. 1956. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 2: 85–189. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  29. Nyholm, E. 1958. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 3: 189-288. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  30. Nyholm, E. 1960. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 4: 287-408. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  31. Nyholm, E. 1965. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 5: 407-647. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  32. Nyholm, E. 1969. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. II. Musci 6: 647-799. Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm.
    [Out of Print]

  33. Nyholm, E. 1986 [1987]. Fasc. 1: Fissidentaceae - Seligeriaceae. pp. 1–72. In Illustrated Flora of Nordic Mosses. Nordic Bryological Society, Copenhagen & Lund.
    [Out of Print]

  34. Nyholm, E. 1989. Fasc. 2. Pottiaceae - Splachnaceae - Schistostegaceae. pp. 75-141. In Illustrated Flora of Nordic Mosses. Nordic Bryological Society, Copenhagen & Lund.
    [Out of Print]

  35. Nyholm, E. 1993. Fasc. 3. Bryaceae - Rhodobryaceae - Mniaceae - Cinclidiaceae - Plagiomniaceae. pp. 145-244. In Illustrated Flora of Nordic Mosses. Nordic Bryological Society, Copenhagen & Lund.
    [Out of Print]

  36. Nyholm, E. 1998. Fasc. 4. Aulacomniaceae -- Meesiaceae -- Catoscopiaceae -- Bartramiaceae -- Timmiaceae -- Encalyptaceae -- Grimmiaceae -- Ptychomitriaceae -- Hedwigiaceae -- Orthotrichaceae. Pp. 249–405. In Illustrated Flora of Nordic Mosses. Nordic Bryological Society, Copenhagen & Lund.
    [Out of Print]

  37. Pursell, R. A. 2007. Fissidentaceae. Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 101: [i–iii] 1–279.
    [In Print]

  38. Reese, W. D. & N. Salazar Allen. 1993. 58: Calymperaceae. 59: Leucophanaceae. Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 58. 102 pages. 59. 11 pages.
    [In Print]

Other Useful Resources: Liverworts and Hornworts

  1. Arnell, S. W. 1956. Illustrated Moss Flora of Fennoscandia. I. Hepaticae. 309 + [4] pages + fold out map. CWK Gleerup, Lund.
    [Out of Print]

  2. Breil, D. A. 1970. Liverworts of the mid-Gulf coastal plain. Bryologist 73: 409-491. https://doi.org/10.2307/3241490
  3. Dauphin, G. 2003. Ceratolejeunea (Lejeuneaceae: Lejeuneoideae). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 90: 1–87.
    [In Print]

  4. Engel, J. J. & Glenny, D. 2008. A flora of the liverworts and hornworts of New Zealand, Volume 1. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden. 110.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/msb-110.htm

  5. Engel, J. J. & Glenny, D. 2019. A flora of the liverworts and hornworts of New Zealand, Volume 2. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden. 134.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/9781935641162.htm

  6. Engel, J. J. & Glenny, D. 2019. A flora of the liverworts and hornworts of New Zealand, Volume 3. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden. 110.
    [In Print] https://www.mbgpress.org/product-p/9781935641179.htm

  7. Gradstein, S. R. 2016. A new key to the genera of liverworts of Colombia. Taxonomia y Sistemática, 38(2).
    [Free Digital Access] http://www.scielo.org.co/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0366-52322016000200001

  8. Gradstein, S. R. 2021. The liverworts and hornworts of Colombia and Ecuador. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 121: i–xxv, 1–723.
    [In Print] https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-49450-6

  9. Gradstein, S. R. 2023. Bryophyta: Introduction - Division A, Anthocerophyta. Flore d’Afrique Centrale. (Sosef, M. S. M, Ed.).Jardin botanique de Meise, Meise, Belgium.
    [In Print] https://shopbotanicgarden.be/Introduction-Division-A-Anthocerotophyta-p-328-c-30_35_63.html

  10. Gradstein, S. R. & da Costa, D. P. 2003. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Brazil. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, 87.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.researchgate.net/profile/S_Gradstein/publication/337952431_THE_HEPATICAE_AND_ANTHOCEROTAE_OF_BRAZIL_Memoirs_of_the_New_York_Botanical_Garden_Volume_87/links/5df809f54585159aa482e77d/THE-HEPATICAE-AND-ANTHOCEROTAE-OF-BRAZIL-Memoirs-of-the-New-York-Botanical-Garden-Volume-87.pdf

  11. Hicks, M. L. 1992. Guide to the Liverworts of North Carolina. Durham, N. C.
    [Out of Print]

  12. Ireland, Jr., R. R. & G. Bellolio-Trucco. 1987. Illustrated guide to some hornworts, liverworts and mosses of eastern Canada. Syllogeus 62. 205 pp.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222549#page/3/mode/1up

  13. Ilkiu-Borges, A. L. 2016. Prionolejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, Jungermanniopsida). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 116: i–iv, 1–127.
    [In Print]

  14. Lee, G. E. & S. R. Gradstein. 2021. Guide to the Genera of Liverworts and Hornworts of Malaysia, 234 pp. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan, Japan.
    [Free Digital Copy] https://hattorilab.org/pdf/Lee&Gradstein_2021_Guide%20to%20the%20Genera%20of%20Liverworts%20and%20Hornworts%20of%20Malaysia.pdf

  15. Wigginton, M. J. (Ed.). 2004. E. W. Jones’s Liverwort and Hornwort Flora of West Africa. Scripta Botanica Belgica, 30, 443 pp.
    [Out of Print]

Online Webinars:

Datasets and Databases

  1. Brinda, J. C., and J. J. Atwood (eds.) 2023. The Bryophyte Nomenclator, 19 Jun 2023. https://www.bryonames.org/
  2. Consortium of Bryophyte Herbaria: building a Consortium of Bryophytes and Lichens as keystones of cryptobiotic communities. n.d. https://bryophyteportal.org/portal/
  3. Canadian Endangered Species Conservation Council. 2022. Wild Species 2020: The General Status of Species in Canada. National General Status Working Group.
    [Excel Spreadsheet] https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/eccc/documents/pdf/lep-sara/Wild%20Species%202020%20Data%20-%20Esp%C3%A8ces%20sauvages%202020%20Donn%C3%A9es.xlsx
    [Note] Does not include: Ephemerum recurvirostrum (ON), Schistidium viride (ON), Sphagnum henryense (ON), Syntrichia costesii (BC), S. laeviuscula (widespread), S. leptotricha (widespread), S. ovata (western Canada), Tortella sp. (MB), etc. Probably should not include: Syntrichia montana

  4. Société québécoise de bryologie. 2023. Anthocerotae. Bryoquel: La base de données des bryophytes du Québec-Labrador. http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/Anthocerotes.html
  5. Société québécoise de bryologie. 2023. Hepaticae. Bryoquel: La base de données des bryophytes du Québec-Labrador. http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/Hepatiques.html
  6. Société québécoise de bryologie. 2023. Musci. Bryoquel: La base de données des bryophytes du Québec-Labrador. http://www.societequebecoisedebryologie.org/Mousses.html

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