The Sapa Bog in Ozaukee County covers 5 hectares and is the southernmost black spruce bog in Wisconsin. Sedge meadow and swamp hardwoods surround an acidic center dominated by sphagnum mosses, black spruce and tamarack. Parker (1989) surveyed the fungi and Kline (1991) surveyed the vascular plants and described the water chemistry of the area. We report a total of 56 bryophyte taxa collected in the Sapa Bog from 1989 to 1990. An asterisk indicates an apparently new report for Ozaukee County (Bowers and Freckmann, 1979). Citation of moss names follows Anderson, et. al. (1990) and Crum (1984) for Sphagnum. The liverworts nomenclature follows Conard and Redfearn (1979). Voucher specimens were deposited at the UW-Stevens Point and UWM Field Station herbaria.
Bowers, F.D. and J. Kline. 1991. A preliminary survey of the Bryophytes of the Sapa Bog. Field Station Bulletin 24(2): 15-20.