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The Bartlett Arboretum Forest in Stamford, Connecticut, consists of approximately 76 acres of deciduous woodland. The bryophyte flora includes fifty-two species of moss (Class Musci) and fifteen species of liverwort (Class Hepaticae). As a multiple use forest (hiking, botanical education, and research) this list provides baseline data for measuring future changes in the bryophyte flora.
Dicranella cerviculata and Pseudoscleropodium purum are added to the Pennsylvania moss flora. Collections were made by the senior author with determinations by the junior author. Voucher specimens are deposited in MO.
75 species representing 40 genera of lichens, lichenicolous and a lignicolous fungus are reported from the Granite Mountains in the southwestern Mojave Desert. Acarospora arenaria H. Magn. is reported new for California.
Tortella inclinata (R. Hedw.) Limpr. is newly reported from New York State from a nature preserve in Dutchess County. It was growing on calcareous sands. In close association was Ditrichum flexicaule (Schwägr.) Hampe, a moss considered rare in the state.