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"Nature always offers something"


Equisetum
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Matthew Aspinwall wrote: It has no chlorophyll





That is what I thought.when I found  in a forest (on a northern slope, close to very shallow black of organic material 5x2 m pond, on very wet clay soil).

Are these plants similar or  it is my imagination?
My photo is  not so good...
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No chlorophyll
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No chlorophyll
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a mostly WHITE skunk - ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL, but WHAT am I supposed to do about it?  LOL!!!  I think it's living under part of my house!  I know it has a place in the balance of things here, but am worried about it being right under the house.  Any suggestions?  (see video at http://bit.ly/whiteSkunk, taken from my living room window.)
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