Thank goodness for the Internet and the diligence of moss lovers and academicians to share information about bryophytes with us. Bridging the gap of pertinent information is being addressed by folks from around the world. Here are links to my favorite sites. We welcome your suggestions.
Join our Go Green With Moss Group on Facebook
Links to Bryophytes – Academic Sites
Bryophyte Ecology – eBook by Dr. Janice Glime from Michigan Technical University (recent IAB president, author, and professor) – Dynamic and comprehensive scientific view of bryophytes.
Bryophyte Herbarium at Duke University, Durham, NC – Bryophytes of the Southeast
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Freckmann Herbarium – Bryophytes of Wisconsin
University of Southern Illinois-Carbondale – Bryophytes of Illinois
Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium -- Extensive bryophyte research references.
Australian Natural Botanic Garden – Good info on botanical characteristics of bryophytes.
The Goffinet Lab -- Classification of the Bryophyta by Bernard Goffinet, William Buck and Jonathon Shaw.
Links to Moss Friends around the World
Annette Launer's moss site in Germany – Photographs of mosses and more.
Michael Lueth – Site of renowned German byrophyte photographer who travels internationally with the world's best bryologists.
Andrew's Moss Site – Andrew Spink's Moss site in The Netherlands – Photographs of mosses and a key to identifying the mosses and liverworts of northwest Europe.
Hidden Forest – Clive Shirley's moss site in New Zealand
World of Mosses -- Site for Robert Muma's sketches of mosses
Links to Bryophyte Blogs
Moss Plants and More, Jessica Budke's Blog – Professor, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
International Association of Bryologists Blog
Moss Notes, Sue Wilson, Massachusetts
Ann Gordon's Blog -- North Carolina
Links to Moss Videos including Gardens
Saiho-ji Zen Garden – One of the earliest Zen gardens, known as Kokedera (Moss Temple). Boasting over 120 varieties of moss. Kyoto, Japan.
Edenwoods, Richmond, Virginia -- Private garden -- Norie Burnet's magnificent 4-acre woodland shade garden that features mosses, of course.
Brian Engh's video production featuring bryophytes from the beginning of time. My FAV video!
Slide show of Annette Launer's incredible bryophyte photos
Catch moss fever with this contemporary musical invitation
Basic bryophyte life cycle
Mosses-Bryophytes Life Cycle by Nook Nattapon
Bryophyte life cycle
Exploding Sphagnum Moss Spores
Links to Our Memberships
American Bryological and Lichenological Society http://www.abls.org/
American Horticultural Society http://ahsgardening.org/
Garden Writer’s Association (GWA) https://www.gardenwriters.org/
Great Garden Speakers www.greatgardenspeakers.com/
International Association of Bryologists www.bryology.org/
North Carolina Native Plant Society www.ncwildflower.org
North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association www.ncnla.com/