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The last picture in the series looks like a moss---a very large moss. You can see this moss to the right of the mystery plant in picture #2. The mystery plant is a lot smaller, but definitely is not a moss because it has roots. Whatever it is, it looked as though it had been growing emersed. I wouldn't pay 100 bucks for it!
 

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The selaginella called S. "apoda" by gardeners (that IMO may be the same species as the "100 USD plant") is cultivated under the name Selaginella rotundifolia in the botan. garden of Goettingen:



A branch upside down (background: millimeter scale):
 
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