The annual excursion of the Nordic Bryological Society (NBS) to Öland (Sweden) in 2011
Tomas Hallingbäck and Crister AlbinssonT. Hallingbäck (firstname.lastname@example.org), Körsbärsvägen 7, SE-74131 Knivsta, Sweden. – C. Albinsson, Hembygdsvägen 4, SE-660 60 Molkom, Sweden.
The Nordic Bryological Society held its annual meeting and excursion in 2011 during 3–5 June on the island of Öland, by the eastern coast of south Sweden. In total 23 participants attended. Beside participants from the Nordic countries, two guests from Scotland, one from the Netherlands and one from Germany attended. Despite a very dry spring, interesting mosses and liverworts such as Seligeria oelandica, Mannia fragrans (new to the island), Athalamia hyalina, Moerckia flotoviana, Paludella squarrosa, Pseudocalliergon turgescens, Pterygoneurum ovatum, Tortella densa, T. rigens and Tortula modica were observed.