Order Form - Lichen and Bryophyte Identification Guides

Through the Looking Out for Small Things project (LOST), Plantlife have developed a series of identification guides to support the public, woodland owners and those involved with outreach to recognise some of the lichens, mosses and liverworts you can expect to see in Atlantic woodlands.
 
If you live or work in the Lake District and enjoy exploring woodlands then these guides are for you!!! For those working with others ie. walk leaders or rangers, or those involved in site management, these guides provide a useful tool to support you in your work.
 
To receive your hard copies of these guides please complete the form below for the guides to be posted out to you.
 
For more information about LOST project please visit Plantlife's website at www.plantlife.org.uk/LOST or contact April Windle (Senior Project Officer) at April.windle@plantlife.org.uk

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* 1. Please provide your contact details.

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* 2. Please indicate which guides you would like and how many. Note if you are requesting guides on behalf of an organisation / for work purposes you can request up to ten of each. If guides are for personal use then please note only one of each is available. Please note the Graphidion guide will be available from Autumn 2019 onwards.

  1 copy requested (for personal use) 5 copies requested (for use for work purposes) 10 copies requested (for use for work purposes)
Lichens of Atlantic Woodlands (Parmelion Community) - lichens found on acid bark e.g. oak
Lichens of Atlantic Woodlands (Lobarion Community) - lichens found on base rich bark e.g. older oak, ash
Lichens of Atlantic Woodlands (Graphidion Community) - lichens found on smooth bark e.g. hazel
Bryophytes (mosses and liverworts) of Atlantic Woodlands

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* 3. If you are using the guides for work purposes please could you indicate which statements apply to you.

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* 4. The LOST project has other outputs described below. Please indicate whether you would like further information about any of the following:

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* 5. At Plantlife we are always keen to learn about the impact we are having and what people think of our projects and resources. In December 2019 we will be evaluating the LOST project. If you would be happy to complete a simple online evaluation questionnaire to provide feedback on the identification guides and how you have used them, then please provide us with your email. We will not contact you for any other purpose.

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* 6. If you would like to know more about Plantlife and its work you can receive our Supporters Newsletter. Please provide your email address if you wish to receive this.

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