A Starfruit is born

I've longed after seeing Starfruit for many a year, but the trouble is it is rarer than the proverbial hen's tooth. But I was thrilled to find out that, after a nationwide gap of six years without any records at all, three sites in Surrey have come up trumps this year - one of them a site with no previous record! Now, whether these reappearances are down to habitat management (or surreptitious seed sowing), I do not know. But this morning I hot-footed it to one of the known historical sites and spent a good while in the company of Damasonium alisma, managing to obtain a pleasing set of images to boot.


Unknown said…
That's a smart plant indeed. Checking NBN in a minute to see if there are any in Devon!
Steve Gale said…
Unfortunately I very much doubt it Andrew
John said…
Nice one Steve, I assume that is where I think it is. If so I looked in the wrong pond yesterday!!!!!!!
Steve Gale said…
I've emailed you John.

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