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Liverhorts, mosses and hortworts are collectively termed as bryophytes but they still have differences. The species of liverhorts are found in Iceland and their leaves do not have ribs. Mosses on the other hand have midribs which leaves simply branch out. Hortworts meanwhile, do have irregular branching bodies making it way too different from the other two species.