Frost Freaks

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    MR. LESTER F. WARD describes some remarkable frost figures in the current number of The Botanical Gazette. He says that on a bright frosty morning in December, 1892, Mr. Victor Mason and himself observed some white objects looking like icicles close to the ground, along the border of a pine wood. A closer examination showed that they were in truth nothing but ice, but that instead of icicles they were veritable freaks of frost.

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    Frost Freaks. Nature 48, 214–215 (1893) doi:10.1038/048214a0

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