Botanical Wednesday: I live again!

Nice name: the Resurrection Plant.

Also nice that it looks rather Cthulhoid.

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Be respectful. Selaginella is the oldest living genus on Earth.

By The Phytophactor (not verified) on 19 Sep 2012 #permalink