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unknown plant discovered by RegoR (#7625)

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Observed: November 22, 2015 @ 2:00 PM
Posted on: November 22, 2015 @ 10:29 PM (diff: 0 days)

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By sam on 11/22/2015 10:48:13 PM

I have no idea what it is, but it certainly interesting!!! Is that plant growing on the wall by the shutoff?? Is it outdoors or inside?

By RegoR on 11/23/2015 3:23:18 PM

This was found at Windmill Bight Park. The small piece was found two weeks ago on the beach of the pond. The large section or ROOT, I think that is what it is, was found on the salt water beach. I think they both came down the brook.

By sam on 11/23/2015 9:27:57 PM

thanks, for the info. I have seen some fresh water plants in beaver ponds. when they work building their dams, they dig in the bottom of the ponds for mud to use in the dam. also to stir up the sediments which flow through the dam and help tighten it. that is what I saw, I know very little about nature. however I don't know the origin of your interesting find.

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