In which layer of the forest does sphagnum moss grow?

Sphagnum – also called “peat moss” – is a common member of the mosses genus. A feature of sphagnum moss is that it is able to absorb water in a mass greater than the mass of moss. It settles in humid places, accumulates water, which contributes to the rapid swamping of the territory. Over time, the upper layers of moss grow, and the lower ones die off and form a peat layer of the bog. Accordingly, the layer of sphagnum habitat is a layer of mosses and lichens, usually this is the lower layer, located immediately above the soil.

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