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- Club Moss: Correspondences
- Lycopodium clavatum Folk Names: Foxtail, Lycopod, Selago, Vagatable Sulfur, Wolf Claw Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Protection, Power...
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- Rare plant in Wabash Valley
- “Many of them live in the tropics, but there are some that live right here in the Midwest, right here in the Wabash Valley,” urged Rose-Hulman Associate Biology Professor Peter Coppinger. “If you see one, if you're me, you get excited.
- Republicans rejoice as SCOTUS accepts Obama's 'unconstitutional' immigration case
- WASHINGTON (MEDIA GENERAL) – Republican leaders rejoiced on Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court announced it will consider the case against President Obama's executive action to shield 4 million illegal immigrants from deportation.
- Fossilised FOREST discovered in Svalbard, Norway
- The researchers, whose findings are published in the journal Geology, discovered that the prehistoric forests were formed mainly of lycopod trees.
- Family Discovers Rare Bird Fossil On Vancouver Island
- VICTORIA — A family out for a stroll on southern Vancouver Island stumbled upon the extraordinary fossilized remains of a 25-million-year-old flightless bird that has created a flap in the world of paleontology.
- Fossilized forests unearthed in arctic Norway
- They were identified as a now-extinct lycopod tree known as Protolepidodendropsis pulchra. Lycopods typically are known for growing in the coal swamps that would eventually turn into coal deposits. All of the trees grew very close together–around 20cm ...
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