Studies on the Bryophytes of Southern Manitoba. IV. Collections from Bird's Hill Provincial Park
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Stringer, Paul W.
Stringer, Muriel H. L. Stringer
Paul W. Stringer and Muriel H. L. Stringer, "Studies on the Bryophytes of Southern Manitoba. IV. Collections from Bird's Hill Provincial Park," The Canadian Field-Naturalist, 87 (1973): 285-290.
One hundred and seventeen taxa of bryophytes were collected in Bird's Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba. Habitats sampled included ditches, streams, marshes, moist clay banks, dry grassland, and areas forested by black spruce, tamarack, white cedar, white spruce, aspen, balsam poplar, and bur oak. Cephalozia catenulata, Platydictya confervoides, P. subtile, and Thuidium minutulum are new records for the province.