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I have another video that tells the story about the mine but basically it all happened around 140 years ago just before the advent of dynamite.
People who lived nearby (not many at all) complained the 140’ long mine or maybe more accurately tunnel, was draining the land of water and it was forces to close!
Just went to Samut Songkhram, Central Thailand. Here’s native Hydrocharis dubia (syn. Limnobium dubium), Lemna sp. and Azolla sp. in the plantation canal. And Pontederia hastata in the river. @dw1305 is probably a fan of the floaters!


Hi all,
@dw1305 is probably a fan of the floaters!
Definitely <"Duckweed Envy">.

Looking at the Duckweed (Lemna spp., it maybe L. minor), in the third image, it looks like they may have been a bit heavy handed with the fertiliser.

The second photo (the one with the Azolla) looks like it might be <"Landoltia (Spirodela) punctata">.

cheers Darrel