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Photo really shows two mosses (in front of the tree and back left) and a lichen (back right). These are not to be confused! Photo by Quadell


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Very interesting three mosses can be located on one tree.

True, but only two of the boxed regions in this photo include mosses. The third region is a lichen. -- EncycloPetey 07:02, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

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