Why was it named as Jingualiao?
Legend has it that the farmers working at the area used to throw away pumpkin seeds around when the rest in nearby huts. The seeds then grew into a field of pumpkins and so people living there called the place as Jingua, which means pumpkin in Mandarin.
Why was it called Fish and Fern Trail? Well, because you can see a lot of ferns and fish here.
Gigantic Dipteridaceae! Larger than what we saw it Sidu Plant Nursery.
We found this cute Blechnum spicant sp.
Finally know how to differentiate Common Free Fern with Cyathea spinulosa sp.
This is Cyathea spinulosa sp. because it has fallen leaves.
This is Common Free Fern because it does not has fallen leaves.￥
There were also a lot of Fungi along the trail. Look nice but uneatable.
This one looked so tasty. Yum yum...
It looked like Lingzhi (a mushroom used in traditional Asian medicine) but I am not sure whether it is.
This green mushroom looked so scary..
Taiwan is so lucky to have paradise like this.
So this is Fish and Fern trail, you see the fern at the beginning of this blog and then fishes now.
The fishes were still swimming freely when we approached.
當然少不了不知名的美麗小花…… 原諒我，我不是認真的好學生，不記得老師們教過的名稱。 T^T
There were a lot of beautiful little flowers which I don't know their name because I am not a good student.
It was almost the end of the trail. If I say I am not afraid of the stairs, then I am a liar.
Oh! Land!! Once again I made it!
Hey girl, you seems enjoy acting very much.. =口=
Photo with the rubbish we collected along the trail.
♥ By Joyyi ♥