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    Companions

    These are macros of some of the plants that have appeared in a Cephalotus pot of a few years maturity. Would anyone care to identify them all and should I add them to a growlist?

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    Very nice photos. I can't even guess what you have. Must be at least one moss in there. Best I can do.
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    Looks like a lot of liverworts to me.

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    Be interesting to hear what you find out. The shingled type things make me think liverwort for some reason. The brown globules may be a toe of algae.
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