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I subscribe to a bryological listserve that is sponsored by the International Association of Bryologists called Bryonet. (Bryology is the scientific study of mosses, liverworts and hornworts. These are three separate lineages of green land plants.) I received a message over the listserve today that is related to this week's post about Sphagnum and thought that I would share. It is the announcement for the 4th International Meeting on the Biology of Sphagnum. I mentioned previously that Sphagnum is highly important group of mosses. Based on the fact that there are enough people in the world interested in Sphagnum to warrant an international meeting, I would say that there are a number of other people out there who share my opinion.

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