The 10km-square dot-distribution maps of all 289 liverwort species found in the British Isles, which are contained in this second of a three-volume atlas, have been produced by the Biological Records Centre, Monks Wood. They are based on 30 years' recording by members of the British Bryological Society. Each species' map is accompanied by notes on its habitat, reproductive biology and overseas distribution. Introductory chapters detail the history of bryophyte recording in the British Isles, including the BBS mapping scheme, and additional maps are included to illustrate various environmental factors affecting liverwort distribution.
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