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Not trying to start an argument, just stating my opinion. If you look close it seems as though it has alternating leaves or whatever you want to call it. I might even say that it looks kind of terrestrial.
Nobody is saying you're trying to start an argument. :p Yes, it does look a bit different what's in the other photo here. Could be the effects of different conditions, less time under water, etc. Maybe a different species or even genus. It does look like a liverwort though, so if it's not actually Riccardia, that's at least a good place to start.

How did you obtain it Vadim?
 

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Accidentally found a few small pieces to other mosses from Thailand, but was not Riccardia. They can see the middle driftwood, darker, lighter part of it is grown under water, tied at the end of December 08, yet not so bad growing under water. I have not seen graffei, on the photo is very similar, but perhaps it is a different species or genus.
 

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Hello Vadim,
I agree with HeyPK, it looks like a foliose (=leafy) liverwort. There are already some species of foliose liverworts in the aquarium hobby, apparently mostly with incorrect botanical names.
Any informations about the origin of Your moss? From the trade? From which company?
 
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