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Need Help Identify Moss

by FlyTrap Hunter » Sat May 05, 2018 1:27 pm

There are several types. But seems really there are 3.
This is number 1.
The first picture is totally aquatic and even submerged in water at times. The second picture is semi-aquatic growing on higher ground. It seems to be the same moss!? It seems to be all green but I have seen some hints of redImageImage

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Re: Need Help Identify Moss

by FlyTrap Hunter » Sat May 05, 2018 1:30 pm

FlyTrap Hunter wrote:There are several types. But seems really there are 3.
This is number 1.
The first picture is totally aquatic and even submerged in water at times. The second picture is semi-aquatic growing on higher ground. It seems to be the same moss!? It seems to be all green but I have seen some hints of redImageImage

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Moss number 2.
This is a moss that grows on higher ground. ImageImage

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Re: Need Help Identify Moss

by FlyTrap Hunter » Sat May 05, 2018 1:37 pm

FlyTrap Hunter wrote:
FlyTrap Hunter wrote:There are several types. But seems really there are 3.
This is number 1.
The first picture is totally aquatic and even submerged in water at times. The second picture is semi-aquatic growing on higher ground. It seems to be the same moss!? It seems to be all green but I have seen some hints of redImageImage

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Moss number 2.
This is a moss that grows on higher ground. ImageImage

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Moss number 3.
This is my favorite. It makes fluffy pom poms. And is just generally fluffy. ImageImageImage

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Re: Need Help Identify Moss

by ZeGamingCuber » Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:18 am

FlyTrap Hunter wrote:There are several types. But seems really there are 3.
This is number 1.
The first picture is totally aquatic and even submerged in water at times. The second picture is semi-aquatic growing on higher ground. It seems to be the same moss!? It seems to be all green but I have seen some hints of redImageImage

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that my friend is the infamous sphagnum moss.


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