Bryophytes of North Carolina
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1 WebsiteConsortium of North American Bryophyte Herbaria offers tools to locate, access and work with a variety of data, starting with searching databased herbarium records.
2 WebsiteAmerican Bryological and Lichenological Society organization devoted to the scientific study of all aspects of the biology of bryophytes and lichen-forming fungi.
3Anderson, L.E, A. Jonathan Shaw, Blanka Shaw2009Peat Mosses of the Southeastern United States (Memoirs of The New York Botanical Garden Volume 102)The New York Botanical Garden Press.
4Crum, H.A. and L.E. Anderson1981Mosses of eastern North America. 2 VolumesColumbia University Press, New York1328 pp.
5Davison, P.G. 2008A Trailside Guide to Mosses and Liverworts of the Cherokee National ForestBlurb, Inc. pp.
6Grout, A.J.1903Mosses with hand-lens and microscope : a non-technical hand-book of the more common mosses of the northeastern United StatesA.J. Grout, New York is a non-technical handbook of the more common mosses of the northeastern United States. Names used are not modern.
7Hicks, M.L. 1992Guide to the liverworts of North CarolinaDuke University Press, Durham and London239 pp.
8Jenkins, Jerry2020Mosses of the Northern Forest, A Photographic GuideCornell University Press. as a free download or as a printed book from Cornell University Press
9Lueth, Michael2019Bryophyte Pictures of Mosses and Liverworts
10Malcolm, W.M. and N. Malcolm2006Mosses and other bryophytes: an illustrated glossaryMicro-Optics Press336 pp.
11Martin, Annie2015The Magical World of Moss GardeningTimber Press, Inc. 240 pp.
12McKnight, Karl B. 2013Common Mosses of the Northeast and AppalachiansPrinceton University Press391 pp.
13Pope, Ralph2016Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts: A Field Guide to Common Bryophytes of the NortheastCornell University Press368 pp.
14Schuster, R.M. 1969-1980The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America. Vol 1 (1969), Vol 2 (1969), Vol 3 (1974), Vol 4 (1980) Columbia University Press
15Schuster, R.M. 1992The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America. Vol 5 and Vol 6 (1992) Field Museum of Natural History
16Shaw, A. Jonathan, Blanka Shaw, Mariana Ricca, and Kjell Ivar Flatberg2012A phylogenetic monograph of the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae) in eastern North AmericaThe Bryologist, 115(1):128-152. 2012. a key to the Sphagnum subsecundum complex.