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Neckeraceae

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Neckeraceae is a moss family in the order Hypnales. There are about 200 species native to temperate and tropical regions. Most grow on rocks, or other plants.[1]

Classification

The Neckeraceae includes the following genera:

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Neckeraceae: Brief Summary

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Neckeraceae is a moss family in the order Hypnales. There are about 200 species native to temperate and tropical regions. Most grow on rocks, or other plants.

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