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Lake Hodges Covered With Duckweeds
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, July 1980
Lake Hodges in 1980 covered with duckweeds (Lemna). This is where I found my first wolffias, world's smallest flowering plants floating among the Lemna.


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Wolffia borealis Surrounded by Duckweeds Lemna gibba & L. minuta
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, July 1980


  Scenic Index Page      Wayne's Favorite Microscopic Flowering Plant (Wolffia borealis)
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Kodachrome 35 mm Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, September 1981
This minute plant is seldom seen and it is rarely observed in flower. In fact, some botanists have stated in the literature that it only reproduces asexually by budding and no longer produces flowers! Floating on the water surface, it is a difficult subject to photograph. Image taken through a Bausch & Lomb Dissecting Microscope with a Nikon FM-2 camera and Kodachrome 64 Film.


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Cottonwoods at Big Pine, CA in Summer
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, August 1977
This and the following image were taken during summer and fall at the same spot in Big Pine, CA.


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Cottonwoods at Big Pine, CA in Fall
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, November 1976
This and the previous image were taken during summer and fall at the same spot in Big Pine, CA.


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Cottonwoods at Big Pine, CA in Winter
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, December 1978
This and the previous image were taken during summer and fall at the same spot in Big Pine, CA.


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Colorado River in the State of Colorado
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, October 1978


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Brown County State Park, Indiana
Kodachrome Transparency by W.P. Armstrong, October 1976