Kundelungu Escarpment near Lukafu (see below)
the east from the Mission Guest House
Gallery Forest found there (see below)
note water still in the creek and many trees have large buttresses and leaves are green
being done openly from the the embankment by the bridge.
see YELLOW lines from villages
There are several sub-types of these as well--that is where the aquatic plants are fixed to the bottom. Many sub-types occur in small areas throughout the region often with the common WATER LILY and other typical species (see below); differentiation by the specialists looks at plant types but also water quality, e.g. clarity, sedimentation, whether there are moving currents, amount of oxygen, etc. Again there is a lot of research needed on all these aquatic habitats and the flora and fauna associated with them is vast and also needs better study. One of the more famous fixed water plants is the PAPYRUS--associated with the NILE RIVER drainage.