Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Probably Scottish (c.1828). Album bearing mounted moss specimens, each specimen with accompanying contemporary ink annotations, interleaved with additional blanks, modern notes on the album contents on pastedown and flyleaves. Original vellum. Borders with gilt foliage roll.
Photograph of samples of dead seedling heather and moss on decaying Sphagnum, lichen on the heather branch and purple Molina growing through living Sphagnum acutifolium.
Note about a road probably between Tolstadh Bho Thuath and Nis/Ness, Eilean Leòdhais/Isle of Lewis, which reads 'Form of a road cut in moss most of way - places here & there unmade. - road simply moss mud.'
Note about crotal [moss] that sailors never wear cloth made from it as it sinks if they fall out and that this sinking is the 'revenge' from the stones off which the crotal is taken.
Photograph of a group of men standing around a tile drainage pipe in a ditch in a field of Barochan moss in the mid 20th century.
Vocabulary probably picked up on Carmichael's trip to Siolaigh [Shillay, Caolas na Hearadh/Sound of Harris] including words for a shallow creek, moss and fish gills.
Photograph of four samples of plants: worthless cotton-sedge; 'flow' peat; Sphagnum cumbifolium; and draw-moss showing flowering stem that's broken and folded back.