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This plant seems oblivious to the fact that it is growing BELOW the
substrate. Freaky!! http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00011.JPG
http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00012.JPG

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*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.

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This plant seems oblivious to the fact that it is growing BELOW the
substrate. Freaky!! http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00011.JPG
http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00012.JPG

C. Ford

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It's nice and green so must be getting enough light.
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*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.
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This plant seems oblivious to the fact that it is growing BELOW the
substrate. Freaky!! http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00011.JPG
http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00012.JPG

C. Ford


Wild! Nice photos, BTW. Is that bamboo
above the substrate on the second photo? Is
it possible that same kind of plant is growing
in the substrate? Have you thought about
moving some of the substrate aside to see
what happens to the plant? Interesting stuff!
Thanks for sharing.

Gail
near San Antonio TX USA


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This plant seems oblivious to the fact that it is growing BELOW the
substrate. Freaky!!
http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00011.JPG
http://www.ncasali.demon.co.uk/DSC00012.JPG

C. Ford


You took the words right out of my mouth, lol.

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