They Don't Rush Into Things Up in the Yorkshire Dales

Montgomery, Tom
March 2003
Farmers Weekly;3/21/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 11, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the successful reproduction of Zygodon gracilis, the limestone moss discovered by botanist John Nowell in 1866 after 135 years in Yorkshire Dales, England. Reason for the moss's rarity and its decline.


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