And a bit of an identity problem.
Wessex Bus is part of the Rotala group.
Somewhere in "Diamond" is buried the Central Connect company and possibly Ludlows as well.
It doesn't. Here are some of the varieties in no particular order:- Ulink black?
fbb is sure that everybody did their homework and the brands were chosen for the best possible reasons; BUT? Do students actually care what label is stuck on the side of the buses. Would they travel more if the buses were labelled "Wessex Wonderbus" or "Wonderful Wessex"?
Anyway, it's all changing again and being renamed after a Devon Disco company.
One final identity problem. Rotala is ...
Rotala rotundifolia is a classic aquarium plant. While its origins are in southeast Asia, where it grows as a weed in rice paddies and wet soils, it now can be found through many parts of the United States. In the U.S., it was introduced with rice seeds shipped to the southeastern United States. This plant can be differentiated from the closely related R. indica by the differences in the two species' inflorescences. R. rotundifolia bears groups of terminal inflorescences while R. indica has solitary flowers on the axis of the leaves or short axillary spikes. R. rotundifolia is one of the most commonly available aquarium plants available through online venders as well as many local fish stores, although it is still frequently sold in error as R. indica .
Not a lot of people know that! Thankfully.