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Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

Might he best to ask someone local

oh yeah Ur very right it might be a type of aquatic plant not a seaweed. but I still don't know what plant is this. I remember when this thing was removed from water for a couple of minute, the green thing suddenly goes dry and the color changes into brown.

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

not sure it's a seaweed. Seaweed is an algae. Those look like root and stems of an aquatic plant. Something that grows in water but like a land plant.

Hi jellis! Yes it grows in water,I found this along the shoreline and I think this belongs to a green seaweeds family. just not just sure what type. :)

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

Are these found in water? Like some type of lily? What kind of habitat were these growing?

Philippines

Spotted on Sep 4, 2012
Submitted on Sep 4, 2012

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