Edward, 21, FSU Environmental Science, and Chemistry major.
Languages: English, Italian, Latin, Spanish

I love music, bonding with friends, and working out. I enjoy conversing with others, so do not be afraid to ask me anything!
Need to get up and finish some interviews. #suitandtie

Need to get up and finish some interviews. #suitandtie

Posted
1 week ago

I just graduated college today…

And I’ve never felt more confused and unsure of what to do now in my life. I have an important interview Monday and hopefully I can get started.

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1 month ago

Freshman Political Science major

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I knew you were only half-black, because your hair is too pretty for you to be all-black. But do you identify more as black, or white?

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Posted
2 months ago
An old fashioned with my lady. #DonDraperStatus #date

An old fashioned with my lady. #DonDraperStatus #date

Posted
2 months ago
ayustar:

days-photo-diary:

花粉で口の周りを黄色くしちゃって、可愛いですね。 #メジロ #鳥 #動物 #河津桜 #桜 #花 #自然 #写真 #東京
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So nice!

ayustar:

days-photo-diary:

花粉で口の周りを黄色くしちゃって、可愛いですね。 #メジロ #鳥 #動物 #河津桜 #桜 #花 #自然 #写真 #東京

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So nice!

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Posted
3 months ago
libutron:

Buddha’s Belly Bamboo
Also commonly known as Golden Bamboo, Bambusa vulgaris var. vitatta (Poaceae) is one of the most popular cultivars in the world, and can be identified by its (golden) yellow culms with green stripes. It can grow up to a height of 12 m, and a thickness of 8 cm.
Bambusa vulgaris is known for infrequent flowering and lack of seed set, facts that have been a matter of curiosity among bamboo specialists. As many as 20 incidences of flowering of this species were reported from 10 countries during the past one and a half centuries. Strangely enough, no fruit set has been reported from anywhere. The common method of propagating Bambusa vulgaris var. vittata, like other clump bamboos, is by division.
References: [1] - [2] - [3] - [4]
Photo credit: ©João Paglione
Locality: Brazil

libutron:

Buddha’s Belly Bamboo

Also commonly known as Golden Bamboo, Bambusa vulgaris var. vitatta (Poaceae) is one of the most popular cultivars in the world, and can be identified by its (golden) yellow culms with green stripes. It can grow up to a height of 12 m, and a thickness of 8 cm.

Bambusa vulgaris is known for infrequent flowering and lack of seed set, facts that have been a matter of curiosity among bamboo specialists. As many as 20 incidences of flowering of this species were reported from 10 countries during the past one and a half centuries. Strangely enough, no fruit set has been reported from anywhere. The common method of propagating Bambusa vulgaris var. vittata, like other clump bamboos, is by division.

References: [1] - [2] - [3] - [4]

Photo credit: ©João Paglione

Locality: Brazil

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3 months ago
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