Ok back to plants. Eriocaulon decangulare (ten-angled pipewort, NC S5) on a nice seepage slope in the sandhills. The white heads are clusters of very tightly packed and extremely small flowers... Good luck dissecting those, amazed with whoever managed to figure out their floral structure. Co-occuring here with loads of Rhexia, Ctenium, Sporobolus, Sarracenia, Drosera, etc. All your favorite sandhills species. A regular in many wet habitats throughout the coastal plain from NJ in the north to TX in the southwest, but also found further south in Mexico and Central America.