Sunday, May 22, 2011

C. sp 'Rompin, Pahang 10'

Rompin swamp was really a gem with many pockets of cryptocorynes specimens waiting to be found. Below are the photographs of yet another location where we found cryptocorynes within this swamp.
Both emersed and submersed specimens could be found but unfortunately, we were not able to find any spathes to confirm their identity.
Some of the submersed specimens had really large heart shape leaves.
Bettas and boraras maculata were common fishes which we always found in such swamp habitat.
If the above fishes were bigger, they might end up as our dinner i.e. clay pot curry fish head.

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