Nymphaea lotus var. thermalis
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Nymphaea lotus var. thermalis is a plant variety endemic to the thermal water of the Peţa River (Bihor County, Transylvania, Romania). The rivulet and lake have a constant temperature of 30-31°C and the subtropical water lily species is a tertiary relict. It was declared a natural monument in 1931.
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