Jim Scheff, a forest ecologist with Kentucky Heartwood, took a sample of lycopodium, a type of moss, to document the plant's existence in Rockcastle County, which he said had not been done before.
Jim Scheff, a forest ecologist with Kentucky Heartwood, took a sample of lycopodium, a type of moss, to document the plant's existence in Rockcastle County, which he said had not been done before.
Jim Scheff, a forest ecologist with Kentucky Heartwood, took a sample of lycopodium, a type of moss, to document the plant's existence in Rockcastle County, which he said had not been done before.

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