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An Introduction to Bryophytes (Mosses and Liverworts)

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An Illustrated talk by Dr Mark Hill, Head of the Biological Records Centre for Ecology and Hydrology at Monkswood.

Mosses and liverworts are everywhere but often pass unnoticed, although their variety and beauty are remarkable. If you come to this one talk, and perhaps join Mark Hill on one foray, you will find your world has been illuminated, even on the dullest winter day.

The Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust run a series of talks during the winter months. The talks are held in the Gilmour Building of the Botanic Garden.

Please note that the entrance is via the drive beside 47 Bateman Street, NOT the main gate.

All welcome. Members £2 Non-members £3 Tea or coffee in the interval.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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