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mimosa tree moss

Posted by sheys-garden 7b (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 13, 08 at 19:51

I have a aged mimosa tree and have noticed some kind of moss growing on the trunk,would anyone know what type moss typically grows on these trees.

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RE: mimosa tree moss

It is impossible to answer your question.
There are many epiphytic mosses.
Where are you located?
Got a photo of the moss?
Really need to see it to even venture a wild guess!

RE: mimosa tree moss

Could be lichen, too. I see a lot of lichen on the trunks of old mimosa trees.

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