County Recorder: Richard Fisk
Most moss recording in the County has been co-ordinated by the British Bryological Society, Richard Fisk has undertaken a major survey of Suffolk and there were over 74,000 records on the SBIS database when the results were published in A Flora of Suffolk.. Since then, Richard has continued to add new records and the Suffolk total is now over 90,900 records.
The excellent BBS Field Guide to Mosses and Liverworts of Britain and Ireland should enable recorders to identify most species with with a hand lens in the field.
Further guidance on recording and identification can also be found on the BBS website
Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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Suffolk Bryophytes, an update. R. Fisk (2019)
Suffolk bryophytes 2016. R. Fisk (2017)
Notes on some recent Suffolk bryophyte records. R. Fisk (2016)
Bryophytes in Suffolk 2013. R. J. Fisk (2014)
Bryophytes in Suffolk 2012. R. J. Fisk (2013)
Bryophytes in Suffolk, 2011. R. Fisk (2012)
Notes on Suffolk Bryophytes 2009. R. Fisk (2010)
Bryophytes in Suffolk 2006. R. Fisk (2007)
Bryophytes in Suffolk 2005. R. Fisk (2006)
Some recent bryophyte records for 2003/2004. R. J. Fisk (2005)
Suffolk Bryophytes 2002 - a brief review of the year. R. Fisk (2003)
Bryophyte recording in Suffolk 2001 R. Fisk (2002)
Bryophyte Recording in Suffolk. 2000 R. Fisk (2001)
Notes on Suffolk Bryophytes in 1999. R. J. Fisk (2000)
Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk during 1998. Fisk, R. J. (1999)
Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk in 1997 Fisk, R. J.
Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk in 1996. Fisk, R. J.
Suffolk mosses and liverworts. Smith, A. C. (1989)
An interesting moss. Wanstall, P. J. (1988) p 101
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