Archive for 'Alismataceae'

Amazon sword plant 01 (Echinodorus sp)

There are many species of Echinodorus in Pantanal, and some grow almost 2 metres tall, but this is a more modest one resembling those we see in Europe. Please help me identify it – leave a comment 🙂 Aperture: ƒ/9 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 800 Shutter speed: 1/800 s

Amazon sword plant 01 (Echinodorus sp)

There are many species of Echinodorus in Pantanal, and some grow almost 2 metres tall, but this is a more modest one resembling those we see in Europe. Please help me identify it – leave a comment 🙂 Aperture: ƒ/14 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 500 Shutter speed: 1/800 s

Echinodorus sp

The soil on this part of Pantanal (between Corumbá and Miranda) is in many places fine sand – just like a desert or a beach. This species usually grows in water, but in Pantanal water can be everywhere for months and then scarce for months, as this individual has found out here. Please help me […]

Echinodorus sp

The soil on this part of Pantanal (between Corumbá and Miranda) is in many places fine sand – just like a desert or a beach. This species usually grows in water, but in Pantanal water can be everywhere for months and then scarce for months, as this individual has found out here. Please help me […]

Echinodorus sp

There is a group of this plant alongside the pier, and of course plenty more around the Chalalan lake. Not a positive ID, so please help me identify it by leaving a comment.

Echinodorus sp

There is a group of this plant alongside the pier, and of course plenty more around the Chalalan lake. Not a positive ID, so please help me identify it by leaving a comment.