Bryum gemmiferum

Bryum gemmiferum is scarce in Sussex but possibly overlooked and, once known, quite distinctive.  It’s not too fussy about soil type but records are mainly from sandy or chalky areas so that’s a lot of the county that ought to be suitable.  The floras might give the impression that it resembles Bryum dichotomum in the […]

Lindfield manoeuvres

Recording the bryophytes of Sussex can sometimes feel like organising a military campaign, poring over maps, identifying target tetrads, and then working out how best to access the area. Some places have a good network of public footpaths, others are really poorly served, and sometimes it is almost impossible to find somewhere to abandon a […]