Mosses growing on the bark of a tree

Mosses growing on the bark of a tree

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Credit: DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Moss-covered tree trunk. Mosses growing on the trunk of a tree. Mosses (green) are small plants without roots or water conducting stems. They typically grow in dense mats on damp trees, rocks or soil. Damp conditions are essential for their reproductive processes. The tree here forms part of the woodland of western Britain's Atlantic zone, an area of high humidity. Moss-covered tree trunks are a characteristic of this region. Photographed in North West Scotland.

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Keywords: botany, bryophyte, bryophytes, moss, moss covered, moss covered tree, mosses, nature, on tree trunk, plant, scotland, tree, tree trunk, trunk

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