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British Bryological Society

The Society is a registered charity which exists to promote a wider interest in all aspects of bryology. It provides tuition, organizes meetings, facilitates research and aids measures for conservation. Its worldwide membership, both amateur and professional, is actively engaged in field studies as well as laboratory- based subjects; members' interests in taxonomy, distributional recording, exploration and ecology, and in physiology, cyto-genetics and molecular biology, are served and encouraged by the Society. With their combined experience, the Society is thus able to offer specialized advice and balanced judgement on matters of public concern affecting mosses and liverworts. Bbs.png

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