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jmjarmstrong commented on the word ammophilous
JM has lost his ammophilous bucket and spade - must be buried somewhere.
October 26, 2010
reesetee commented on the word ammophilous
I wasn't aware of the ammonia-salt connection, seanahan. Interesting indeed!
February 20, 2007
seanahan commented on the word ammophilous
I never knew that the Greek root for sand was ammo. Interestingly, ammonia comes from the Latin for salt, which seems to be related.
living or growing in sand
February 19, 2007