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The Mosses and Liverworts of Carmarthenshire

Flora / Fauna Distribution Atlas
By: Samuel DS Bosanquet(Author), Jonathan J Graham(Author), Graham S Motley(Author), Ray G Woods(Foreword By)
245 pages, 33 colour maps, b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sam Bosanquet
The Mosses and Liverworts of Carmarthenshire
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Over 600 species, sub-species and varieties of mosses, liverworts and hornworts have been recorded from the county in habitats ranging from coastal dunes to montane crags. The distribution of each species is described, with distribution maps presented for those occurring in five or more tetrads. Accompanying notes include information on habitat, ecology, fertility and significance in a local, Welsh or British context.

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Flora / Fauna Distribution Atlas
By: Samuel DS Bosanquet(Author), Jonathan J Graham(Author), Graham S Motley(Author), Ray G Woods(Foreword By)
245 pages, 33 colour maps, b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Sam Bosanquet
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