Consortium of Bryophyte Herbaria
- building a Consortium of Bryophytes and Lichens as keystones of cryptobiotic communities -
Bryophytes of Crane Hollow Preserve
Citation: B.K. Andreas & J. Moosbrugger. 2020. The Bryophytes of Crane Hollow Preserve and Hocking County, Ohio. Evansia 37(4): 104-124.
Locality: Crane Hollow Preserve, Hock County, Ohio
Abstract: The bryophytes of Hocking County, Ohio, have been collected for more than a century. Seventy three percent of Ohio’s liverwort species, and 60% of Ohio moss species have been found growing on its dry oak ridges, sandstone rock exposures, and moist hemlock ravines. Crane Hollow Preserve, a private natural area comprising 704 ha, supports 40% of Ohio’s liverwort and 43% of Ohio moss species.
Total Taxa: 255
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