A project to record the mosses and liverworts in the tetrads of East Sussex
The recording of mosses and liverworts in Sussex has been going on for well over 150 years. The county contains some very famous and rich sites, though there are still areas which are under-recorded, or which have never been recorded at all.
In 2016 Tom Ottley proposed that a group of us work together to record more thoroughly at the tetrad level, and this blog provides a space for us to share our progress, inspired by the excellent South Wales Bryophytes blog.
Posts are in the following categories:
- Out in the field (Short reports of things we find when we’re out surveying)
- Species accounts (Items about a particular moss or liverwort)
- Atlas project (Periodic updates on the recording progress)
- General bryology (Items that don’t really fit in either of the previous three categories)
And the participants are:
The following map shows the state of the recording effort for the county at 23 June 2016, roughly when the project started, and the thread Atlas project includes occasional updates on progress.