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Fragments from Floyd

Close to the Ground


 One thing about an interest in nature is that, no matter how long you live, if you keep your eyes open, you will continually see new things–or at least unnamed things.

If there are any bryologists out there (and of course you know that means “those who study mosses”) I’d be much appreciative to know the proper name (scientific and common) of this little beauty found at Mt. Rogers last week, which until further eluciation, I will call Shining Star Moss.

Want to know more about mosses and also discover a new way to search? Check out this Powerset view of Wikipedia’s spread on mosses, and stay tuned for much more from this semantic search engine!

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