Expedition notes as found in The British Journal of Herbology, Volume 2345, Book 4. Neville Longbottom's Expedition notes as found in The British Journal of Herbology, Volume 2345, Book 4. Published August 21st 2003
June 1st 2003 So far Uruguay’s Tompe Mai’s jungle has proven a good host. It is our fifth week. Nine different species of Tringleroot found in mass amounts (Sketch of distribution patterns over the South East quarter of the Jungle on page P34). Three triangles of blue floofenberry found near a tree. Very similar to K.E. Dumbledore (Dumbledore, 503)’s description of three glowing blue triangles found pointing directly toward the Flor da juventude. No sighting however.
June 16th, 2003 The native wizards that live in the region speak a form of Portugese that is so much of a regional dialect, it is hard for even the Ministry appointed translator to help us out. Mention of the Flor da juventude made them visibly agitated, the chief had a few words with our guide, and since then we have not moved near the place with the three blue triangles. This is a problem due to the Ministry desperately wanting results. Time and funds are growing short.