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English: Field of the fern species Pillwort, Pilularia globulifera, in a natural habitat (alternating wet pond bottom).
Deutsch: Aspekt eines rasenartigen Bestandes des Pillenfarns (Pilularia globulifera) in seinem natürlichen Lebensraum (wechselnasse Teichbodenflur, Zwergbinsengesellschaft).
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Picture taken with: PentaxK7 1.jpg + TamronZoomLens17-50.jpg. Location: North-eastern Lower Saxony, Germany.
Author Christian Fischer
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