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  • Beschreibung: Krauses Laichkraut (Potamogeton crispus) unter Wasser.
  • Quelle: Eigene Aufnahme von September 1999 aus dem Alten Botanischen Garten Göttingen (Deutschland).
  • Fotograf: Christian Fischer

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14:03, 11 June 2005Thumbnail for version as of 14:03, 11 June 20051,324 × 1,039 (363 KB)Fice*Desription: ''Potamogeton crispus''; submerged plants. *Source: Own picture, made in central Germany in September 1999. *Author: Christian Fischer {{GFDL}} Category:Potamogetonaceae
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