Sean R. Haughian is Curator of Botany at the Nova Scotia Museum and he has specialized in lichens, liverworts and bryophytes in his many years as a field and lab botanist. Nova Scotia has one of the best habitats in the world for a broad diversity of these primitive plants and fungal symbionts. It is not too hot, not too cold, the air is clean and our climate offers a lot of moisture. And best of all for this time of year, they are easy to find all winter when most vascular plants disappear.
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