hey tom, ive been looking for the name of that liverwort for a while... if you get it id love to know.
Same here. Great pictures, beautiful location.hey tom, ive been looking for the name of that liverwort for a while... if you get it id love to know.
damn... looks right to me.Scapania sp
I got quite a bit, it's not the first time I've tried to grow it, it does like cool, dim tanks.Scapania sp
anyway you could get us some?
Very much so. No dinosauars, but the herb of Elk are pretty good sized.It's like your in Jurassic Park.
Very much so. No dinosauars, but the herd of Elk are pretty good sized.It's like your in Jurassic Park.
I have not been to this river but pretty much every river I have been in or on has many different depths depending on what the river bed is made of, the flow rate, and path of the river.is that river really that shallow?
Yes, but the water level is very stable.what a huge tree. the liverwort in water pics looks amazing too. is that river really that shallow?
Well, you do live in a neat area yourself and they have nice examples of aquatic habitats there. SA and Austin are about the only places in TX I really like. You folks have the San Marcos River also.Sweet place tom.
I love those five finger ferns, always wanted to try to grow one, never could find them for sale though.
nice liverwort, looks alot like pelia, only much better.
Man, Your photos of your little expeditions inspire me so, thanks.
I've really got to get out more though,lol.