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horsetails

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Silica is also precipitated by radiolarians, silicoflagellates, horsetails and grasses.
Brown: Birch bark, black walnut hulls, horsetails, lichens,
filix-femina, and Cryptogramma crispa); horsetails (Equisetum silvaticum, E.
Aficionados divide waterfalls into three categories: plunges, where water plummets without coming into contact with rock; horsetails, where water falls nearly vertically but maintains contact with rock; and cascades, where water flows at an angle over rock faces with many small leaps or segments.
There were giant and small horsetails growing in enormous quantities in the Carboniferous period and large amounts of the plant formed the coal seams we have depended on for fuel.
She piled grass among some tall plants called horsetails.
Alderson pulls ashore at the site where he, two colleagues and dozens of volunteers spent the spring and summer of 1994 planting 100,000 green horsetails of native spartina alterniflora grass.
Contract notice: Construction of sewage and rainwater in the street horsetails on the amount of the property to the street number 13 raspberry.
Huang and her colleagues grew cattails and horsetails, types of marsh plants, at different temperatures in climate-controlled chambers.
Modern versions of horsetails can be found today in the wet areas of Claybrookes Marsh, though they grow to only a fraction of the size of their ancestor.
Photo: Slippery slide leads to pool Slickened by water, this slide blends into a hillside of boulders, Southern sword ferns, and horsetails.