By: Rod Stern
144 pages, 366 maps, 48 colour plates
There was only limited systematic recording in Hampshire between 1960 and 2000. However, mainly as a result of site surveys, many new records were made during that period. The main contributors of records were F. Rose, R.C. Stern and N.A. Sanderson, mostly from about the mid-1970s. Recorders include Alison Bolton who provided some very useful records of certain Sphagna, liverworts and the two hornworts, Anthoceros punctatus and Phaeoceros laevis.
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