A liverwort is a flowerless, spore-producing plant - with the spores produced in small capsules. Liverwort, (division
Marchantiophyta), any of more than 9,000 species of small nonvascular spore-producing plants. Liverworts are distributed
worldwide, though most commonly in the tropics. Thallose liverworts, which are branching and ribbonlike, grow commonly on moist
soil or damp rocks, while leafy liverworts are found in similar habitats as well as on tree trunks in damp woods. The thallus
(body) of thallose liverworts resembles a lobed liver-hence the common name liverwort ("liver plant"). The plants are not
economically important to humans but do provide food for animals, facilitate the decay of logs, and aid in the disintegration of
rocks by their ability to retain moisture.
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