Introduction to Mosses and Liverworts - Online
About the event
Join us online for a talk with Agneta Burton, a botanist and also the Hertfordshire County Recorder for Bryophytes (mosses and liverworts).
Mosses and liverworts are beautiful! They occur globally across climatic regions from the tropics to the Arctic. They are found nearly everywhere in habitats such as gardens, on walls and roofs, in churchyards, in woodlands, arable fields, on mountains and in rivers. Most people do not appreciate their diversity: over 750 mosses and about 300 liverworts occur in the British Isles. Some species are very localized, others extend over an enormous range of habitats. This talk will introduce the main features that aid identification, their life cycle and means of spreading, as well as those that allow them to continue survival during dry, hot periods and to continue growth during the cold winter months.
Aimed at adults but all ages welcome!
The webinar platform (Demio) does not require a download and you can view the workshop from your laptop, tablet or mobile device (laptop is recommended for the easiest viewing experience). You will not be visible at any time and can interact and ask questions through the typed chat function.
Recommended minimum download speed of 1mbps.
If you miss the event it will be made available afterwards to view as a replay to registered participants only.
Suggested donationSuggested donation £5 per registration
Additional booking informationSuitable for adults and older children.
Only register once per device being used (can have multiple people watching!)