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    i was surprised first. N. lutea is indeed from here, it grows everywhere around here. They´re similar enough! Teichrose. Ours is an indicator for nutrient rich - in fact pretty much eutrophicated - water. But then our swamps are different : black water too but nutrient starved, black from the humic acids. Yours looks a lot more fertile. As in fact is already shown by the trees.

    very nice photos!

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