BRYOPHYTES


1 - Bog
http://octopus.gma.org/katahdin/bog.html
Don't bog down at this site. The acid conditions in bogs favor the growth of mosses.

2 - The World's Most Endangered Bryophytes (Mosses and Liverworts)
http://www.herbaria.harvard.edu/Data/Bryophytes/bryophytes.html
Environmental conditions have resulted in the gradual decrease in moss diversity. This site lists rare and endangered moss species.

3 - American Bryological and Lichenological Society
http://ucjeps.herb.berkeley.edu/bryolab/ABLS.html
Join the Society and appreciate the wonders of the bryophytes - as described at this site.

4 - Bryophyte Images
gopher://gopher.adp.wisc.edu:2070/11/.image/.bot/.130/Bryophytes
This site allows us to abserve the beauty of selected Bryophytes.

5 - The Mosses
http://www.is.kochi-u.ac.jp/Bio/mosses/mosses.html
Learn about selected moss species and see interesting images at this site.

6 - Peat and Sphagnum
http://www.sarracenia.com/faq/faq452.html
Peat and sphagnum are featured at this location. Be sure to re-peat.

7 - Bryological Glossary
http://www.mobot.org./MOBOT/tropicos/most/Glossary/glossfr.html
Terms to speak bryology are listed at this site. Vocabulary to speak the language.

8 - Bryophytes
http://www.science.siu.edu/bryophytes/
The general characteristics and classification of Bryophytes are presented at this site.

9 - Geology and Geologic Time
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/exhibit/geology.html
This site features the evolutionary path of Bryophytes through geologic time.


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