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Alan Cyril Crundwell (1923–2000) was a British bryologist, known for categorizing approximately 20 species of bryophytes, around six of which were previously unknown to science. He spent most of his professional life at the University of Glasgow.
- A. R. Perry, D. G. Long (2001). "Alan Cyril Crundwell, B.Sc. (1923–2000)". Journal of Bryology 23: 267–272. doi:10.1179/jbr.2001.23.3.267.
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