Journal Lockdown wildlife pond

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Proof of life.
 

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Kezzab

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I think the best was probably a tiny hitch hiker on the hornwort from my parents pond. But he obviously doing ok which is a good sign!
 

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Hi all,
do quite like the swamp look if im honest
That was what I wanted. I'd guess that this was peak pond (2012) in terms of biodiversity.



But succession didn't stop there and by 2018 it was just solid plants (mainly Equisetum fluviatile & Eleocharis palustris) with no visible water. I was in New Zealand during the 2018 summer <"and it dried right out">.

cheers Darrel
 
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