Moss Lesson 2 – The Coverups Invade
May 18th, 2020

Jerry Jenkins, White Creek, N.Y.

Eight genera of Common Coverups lurk in the undergrowth of an old farm for thirty years and then take over the stones, logs, and tree bases. This lesson is about who they are, how you recognize them, what they need, and why they had to wait thirty years to take over.

Moss Lesson 2 – The Coverups Invade

Sarah Cooper-Ellis
June 12, 2020 at 6:12 pm

I want to learn what mosses really want, how mosses assort themselves on non-limey rocks in deciduous woods, and more.
I can’t figure out how to open the download so I can read text to go with the graphics.
Any suggestions on an application that would help me?

June 12, 2020 at 6:36 pm

Clicking on the “download pdf” below the photo on the Lesson detail page will start a download. These are large files and take several minutes for download on a fast computer, and longer with a slow computer. The only application you need is a pdf reader which both MAC and Windows provide. Ed

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