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    The faces of wild rotundifolia.




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    Very nice
    is that a Ping i see back there in the second to last photo?

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    Thank you.

    And yes, it most certainly is P. vulgaris.
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    Very cool! Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Nice, you know, they look kinda natural submerged.

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    They seem to grow just fine completely underwater. I've not seen if they can still trap bugs or not, but they do grow underwater with great frequency.

    Something I also found worth noting, that those two submerged pictures were taken just yesterday. Those plants still had visible leaves and retained their shape, whereas their terrestrial counterparts are not visible whatsoever except for their deadened seed stalks. The chemistry of the bog pond water must preserve organic material.
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    nice pics!
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