School year is over. Hope to catch the shutter bug again soon. :-) 
Here's a shot from today, a tiny moss that only grow on the nutrient-rich 
patches of yesteryear's excrements of specific animals. 
http://www.alunfoto.no/tidslinjer/2017/06/17/
In this case most likely a cake of cow dung. Related species of moss specialise 
on moose dung or lemming dung, to name a couple. The "umbrella" produce a scent 
attractive to flies, and use them to propagate its spores. It is the only moss 
known to use insects to spread. 
K-3 and DFA 100/2.8 macro.
Jostein

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