the french association of lichenology

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the french association of lichenology

Formed in 1976, French Association of Lichenology is a non-profitable national scientific association, about 300 members are associated with this society, who are interested in lichens to recognize in nature, know more about their properties, their ecology, classification, their role, their use and protection. To contribute in the progress of lichenology and science; Members of society are facilitate by all means at its disposal exchanges between its members, in their studies and their work, also promotes cooperation with foreign lichenologists. The association publishes newsletters two times a year nearly about 120 to 130 pages, whose pages are open to all its members who wish to express themselves. These newsletters are exchanged with 6 associations, named the FMBDS, the SBCO, the SMNF France, Meylania in Germany, Switzerland and Willdenovia Bryonora Czech Republic. This association organise four annual sessions regularly one in February, one during spring, one summer session and one training session for beginners. In February session members brings their problematic lichens to the lab, and try to find out determine them with help of others. Moreover Infective evening sessions are like Choco chip to the pie; allow members acquire new knowledge and methodologies. Spring session and summer session are totally devoted to fields and to the study of coastal lichens, lichenologists are out in fields in search of new species, and evenings in these sessions are delighted with meaningful conferences with usually 40-60 attendees. Last session is for people who are willing to learn or improve in Lichenology. This session includes theoretical lectures, field trips (surveys in various areas in the forest), laboratory sessions to become familiar with the various laboratory techniques used in the identification of lichens, macroscopic, microscopic, chemical etc. 

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