Yes, an exciting find. Unfortunately, the powder produced is so
"pre-aged" it only stains tissues in old, aged Canada balsam. So to
date, they've only been able to stain tissues from lizards in amber.
Great nuclei, though.
>According to a recent paper in the Archives of Lignacial
>Reports, a massive petrified forest of Haematoxylum campechianum
>has been uncovered by melting permafrost in Siberia, local
>experts are currently testing the logwood to see if it is
>indeed usable in the production of hematoxylin, so panic over
> L.B. Jack.
>The Sherwood Institute.
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