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White Cushion Moss

Leucobryum glaucum


White Cushion Moss is a common moss which forms a thick cushion. It can be white, grayish, or bluish-green. It grows about one to three inches tall. This moss often grows in a ball shape, but it can also form a mat almost three feet across.


White Cushion Moss grows in moist woods or marshes; anywhere there is shade and water. It can be found growing on soil, rotting logs, bases of living or dead tree trunks, or rock ledges.


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Cartersville, Georgia, United States

Spotted on Mar 2, 2013
Submitted on Mar 4, 2013

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