Tuesday, 5 June 2007

Bare bullseyes baffle boffins

In the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, something is incising strange patterns into the liverworts. Are they millipede feeding marks? Or are they evidence of very small aliens who can't quite manage crop circles? The New York Times reports.

3 comments:

AYDIN Ă–RSTAN said...

I was going to suggest snails, but apparently they already ruled them out.

Pestie said...

hey - unrelated to the post, but did you get the piccies of cephs i sent you? any help there?

Snail said...

They do look a bit snaily. But they're astonishingly neat. Bioephemera has a picture. (There's a direct link to the post below.)