To: Professor Lomra Declio Filicila de Messitala
La Visura University
Department of Natural Studies
You requested that I send you a report of the vegetation of the Dropwood forests when I got a chance to visit the area, and I recently had the chance to visit the Dropwood region.
Much of the information that you find below is due to the assistance of an experienced Dropwood ranger and a dear friend of mine, Jee’ra. Since a description by words would be too long, I have included a sketch with annotations of the parts that you’d find interesting. In this letter also contains to Dropwood tree leaves of the trees before and after the fault respectively. I believe that you’d find the minor differences between the leaves rather interesting. In case they were lost in transit, I have also included some charcoal sketches of the leaves, with exaggerated features that indicates that the Droopwood trees are not as similar as we might think they are.