examples of mosses
There are more than 13,000 species of moss; they generally grow in damp soil, on rocks or tree trunks and occasionally in fresh water.
Bog moss that has no rhizoid and rarely bears a capsule; it has a high water content and its decomposition helps to form peat.
common hair cap moss
Ground moss with an erect stem and stiff leaves that grows in tufts, mostly in wooded areas; the capsule emerges from the end of a very long stalk.