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- For covering that appears on old structures, see moss.
Cave moss is an underground floor-covering plant (or maybe fungus), growing natively in the second cavern layer. As it is functionally a grass, grazers may feed on it.
As with the other underground grasses, cave moss only appears after a cavern containing floor fungus has been discovered. After that has happened, it may spread on any below ground soil surface or on a muddied stone surface that has not been smoothed. The amount of mud on the surface does not affect the distribution or growth rate of subterranean plants .
While it might appear various types of fungi grows from the cave moss, this is really just that they too grow on the same muddy floor.
|"Cave moss" in other Languages
[PLANT:CAVE MOSS] [ALL_NAMES:cave moss] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:STRUCTURAL:STRUCTURAL_PLANT_TEMPLATE] [BASIC_MAT:LOCAL_PLANT_MAT:STRUCTURAL] [GRASS] [GRASS_TILES:'.':',':'`':'''] [GRASS_COLORS:3:0:1:3:0:0:3:0:0:0:0:1] [WET] [DRY] [BIOME:SUBTERRANEAN_WATER] [UNDERGROUND_DEPTH:2:2]