More than you probably want to know:

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  • Stotler, R. E., and B. J. Crandall-Stotler. 2005. A Revised Classification of the Anthocerotophyta and a Checklist of the Hornworts of North America, North of Mexico. The Bryologist 108:16–26.

Hi everyone!

Throughout my short time working at the Wisconsin State Herbarium, I have not only learned a great deal about lichens and bryophytes and their important role as indicators of disruptions in air quality and climate, but have grown to appreciate all of the non-science specific elements of collecting and documenting specimens.

Seems like ages ago, but this is where we were only a few months past.....

Many people helped imaging lichen and bryophyte specimen labels. Here is what it looked like in Wisconsin:


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