Mosses are bryophytes, which reproduce by cycling through gametophyte and sporophyte stages, rather than producing flowers and seeds. They are also non-vascular, which means that they don’t have the roots and tubing to move water like vascular plants. Instead, they absorb water through their leaves.

Photo by brilliantbotany.

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