Of coincidences and good decisions
Today only a long drive to the north was planned to reach the southernmost location of the Hygrophila pinnatifida. A promising river scape stopped the continuation of our journey in the heat of the midday sun – a good decision! Large populations of Cryptocoryne spiralis decorated the countless mini islands of the river bed. And we could even find the well-known Lagenandra toxicaria in its beautiful submersed form. The highlight in these waters was the large and compact growing population of Eriocaulon breviscapsum. A great view! This Eriocaulon species is certainly a great asset to the aquatics.