Plumose fracture

The radiating rings and lines on this rock face formed when it cracked. This feature is called a plumose structure, so-named due to its resemblance to the shape of a feather. A plumose structure forms when a rock fractures rapidly under tension; the core of the structure forms where the fracture originates and the surrounding bands form as the fracture expands.


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Io moth (Automeris io)

The Io Moth is a very colorful North American moth in the Saturniidae family. Mature moths have a wingspan of 63–88 mm. This species is sexually dimorphic, males having bright yellow forewings, body, and legs, while females have reddish brown forewings, body, and legs. The males also have much bigger plumose (feathery) antennae than the females. Adult moths are strictly nocturnal, flying generally only during the first few hours of the night. The females generally wait until nightfall and then extend a scent gland from the posterior region of the abdomen, in order attract males via wind-borne pheromones.

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Rule 1: Always post the rules.

Rule 2: Answer the questions of the person who tagged you and write 11 new ones

Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them

Rule 4: Let them know you did

Tagged by: Kamilė


1. Favourite childhood memory?

Probably all of the tree climbing I did whilst playing hide and seek.

2. What was the biggest crowd you’ve ever been in?

The Black Keys/ Arctic Monkeys concert in Sacramento last year.

3. What would you name your future daughter? 

I honestly have no idea. I like the name Violet though.

4. Are you afraid of any animals?

Thankfully, no.  

5. A band member you would like to get stoned with

Kevin Parker of Tame Impala or Dustin Payseur of Beach Fossils

6. A band member you would like to have as a sibling

Chris Baio or Pat Carney 

7. Favourite thing to eat for breakfast?

I don’t really like breakfast.

8. Most prized possession in your room

My original Led Zeppelin vinyl (II, Physical Graffiti, III) 

9. What languages would you like to learn?

I’d like to be fluent in Spanish eventually, and maybe French

10. What got you into the most recent band you’re into?

Oh god. Hmmm, the internet for a couple of them (plural, yes). 

11. Your favourite song at the moment

Best of Friends by Palma Violets or Viceroy by Mac DeMarco

My Questions:

1. Favorite song lyric at the moment?

2. If you could have anyone write a song about you who would it be?

3. What’s your favorite meal?

4. If you could change one thing about your home, what would it be?

5. Who is your favorite person to talk to at the moment?

6. What made you choose your url?

7. Are you named after anyone?

8. What do you think of your favorite film’s soundtrack? (Film name?)

9. What was your favorite moment of last year?

10. Is there anything you’re looking forward to?

11. What’s your favorite band/artist at the moment?

People I tag: weglaufenn, cavanmcmuffin, plumose, macbookdemarco, pizzzzzaparty, thissorrowfulife, witchmob, teenagejesusandthejerk, hippiethemermaid, herecomesthebrainstorm, thedarkestlonging

Plate V. The Plumose Anemone.

Gosse, PH. The aquarium: an unveiling of the wonders of the deep sea. 1856 (2nd edition).

If you ever get a chance to see these plates in real life it’ll be obvious why Gosse’s natural history books were so popular. The colored plates are even more vivid than those in this excellent digital copy at the Biodiversity Heritage Library. 

I pretty much have my whole summer booked omg look i’ll make a list:

End of june:
-hang out with friends

-summer school (its grade 11 history since my school isnt offering it ugh)
-staying at my friends cottage for a week
-hanging out with friends

-its my birthday (no idea what the frick im doing)
-camping with family
-meeting maria omfg!!!
-spend time with friends
-last week of august volunteering at the museum

Yeah idk thats all for now but omg this summer should be really good

Ps sam might come by this summer too but its not for sure


Clematis columbiana is in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. Commonly known as rock clematis, it is found along the Rocky Mountain Range from Texas and New Mexico north to British Columbia. As the name suggests, this species grows on rocky slopes and in montane forests near streams and creeks. Rock clematis is a vining species that produces nodding solitary lavender flowers. After pollination, the flowers turn into a dense head of achenes that have plumose bristles to aid in seed dispersal.