Moss love stories

It’s that time of the year again! Life forms of all kinds engage in their reproductive ritual to ensure their survival. Unlike higher plants, moss produces spores to carry its genetic material. They are held in capsules at the end of extensions called sporophytes. Sporophytes beckon the wind to carry their spores, near or far, to the lucky archegonium awaiting fertilization.

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