A UW-Green Bay professional moss enthusiast happened upon a variety that’s never been documented before — at least by non-native academic standards. We learn about what this discovery means, and a bit about the massive plant sample museum our guest curates. Featured is UW-Green Bay’s Assistant Prof. and Curator of the Herbarium, Keir Wefferling.
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