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A rare bioluminescent plant discovered by astronauts on an expedition on the moon. Suprisingly, due to its bioluminescence, it appears to be the source, in part, to the moons glow, in addition to the light reflected by the sun. Other than that, not much is know about this mysterious beauty.
Note: There is currently no scientific name for this new species, although it seems to resemble the Mountain Laurel, Kalmia Latifolia, and is unofficially named the Ultrablue Flower, due to its resemblance to something being seen under an ultraviolet light.
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