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The small green plants are examples of moss.<br>
 
The small green plants are examples of moss.<br>
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1. small, leafy plants that do not produce flowers or seeds. They grow in moist, shaded areas where fertility (fertilization) is low.

Moss_and_water.jpg

The small green plants are examples of moss.
Source: http://www.arctic-images.com/picture_gallery/Pure/pure_pages/index_2.htm