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Bryophytes include mosses, liverworts and hornworts, and they can be found in many parts of the world, including peat bogs and the deserts of Australia. This lovely resource deals with bryophytes and was created by Dr. Raymond E. Stotler and Dr. Barbara J. Crandall-Stotler of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. New visitors to the site (and the world of bryophytes) may wish to start by visiting the "What are Bryophytes" area, which features a fine narrative essay about these nonvascular land plants. Moving on, visitors can look at images of bryophytes, learn more about current research, and their classification. The site also contains a number of academic treatises, along with a nice piece from the magazine "Outdoor Illinois" titled "The Green Beneath Our Feet".
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