Tag Archives: mosses

Moss and Lichen: Wait, what’s the difference?

To Canadian Museum of Nature cryptogam enthusiast Cassandra Robillard they are small, fascinating and loveable. But for most people, a look at the botany assistant’s favourite organisms draws the question: What’s that? Continue reading

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A Yukon Quest for Rare Mosses Provides Priceless Memories

Gorgeous landscapes, wet boots, and chance encounters…just some of the memorable moments recounted by our Curator of Botany Jennifer Doubt during her first time doing fieldwork in Yukon. Continue reading

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