Dr Hitch has been recording the Lichen Flora of Suffolk for many years and has already collected over 47,000 records from about 50% of the tetrads in the County. Many of the records are from churchyards, but woodlands and old parks have also been covered. All records have been logged on RECORDER.
Further information on recording and identification can be found on the British Lichen Society website
The Hepatics, Mosses and Lichens of Suffolk. 1930 Mayfield. IDNHS 1: 89
Records of Suffolk Cladoniae (Lichens). Manning, S. A. 1968 TSNS 14: 11.
Lichenology in Suffolk. Hitch, C. J. B. 1989 TSNS 25: 72.
Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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Lichenology in Suffolk. 2002 C. J. Hitch 22Kb
Lichenology in Suffolk. Hitch, C. J. B. (1989)
Changes in the Lichen Flora of the Parish of Mendlesham, Suffolk, during the last Fifty Years. Coppins, B. & Lambley, P. W.
Few Lichens Left. Willis, J. C. N.
Records of Suffolk Cladoniae (Lichens). Manning, S. A.
A Note on Suffolk Lichens. Hawksworth, D. C.
Lichens. Willis, J. C. N.
encourage recorders to extend survey coverage to even up the spread across the county
continue to computerise all records for production of an Atlas of Suffolk Lichens
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