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Under the roof of what was once to become the residence of the future King of Finland, researchers painstakingly study herbarium specimens of mosses, liverworts and hornworts, also known as bryophytes. Living moss carpets have a vital impact on biodiversity.
The first plants on dry land and maybe among the last to survive | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

There are over 900 bryophyte species found in Finland, representing half of the European bryophyte diversity.