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 Posted: Mon Mar 11th, 2013 01:59 am
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A solution of glycerine has been used in past model RR magazine articles to keep lichen from drying out.

Hang on, think there's a book which says - and is out of a box on a shelf.

while I'm off looking, lichen topic brings to mind this from news a couple days ago,
Usually, Tardigrades are 1 millimetre (0.039 in) long when they are fully grown. They are short and plump with 4 pairs of legs, each with 4-8 claws also known as "disks." The animals are prevalent in moss and lichen and, when collected, may be viewed under a very low-power microscope, making them accessible to the student or amateur scientist as well as the professional.[6][7]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade



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