At first sight, they seem to have four gills, but after a close look you will notice that they just have two gills.
Brasenia schreberi, also known as water-shields, grow in areas near Mao Lake and the "nine hills". They often grow in the wild and are considered the best of the aquatic vegetables.
These eggplants come in two colors – purple and white. The size of ripe tiny eggplants resembles that of an adult's index finger. They are often eaten after being pickled.
Tangli fish is commonly known as Sheshan bass. It has a spindle form, a big head and a vast mouth, brown back, rough white color with tender meat.
The wild duck glutinous rice cake is a famous Sheshan species cultivated 70 years ago. Its name came from wild ducks coming there when they became mature.
It is also called a stone vegetable and mountain-cloud mud which originated in the nine peak mountain.
Commonly known as orchid bamboo shoots, Lansun are produced in Sheshan. The orchid bamboo shoots taste fresh and delicious, and have a faint fragrance of orchid, which fills the room.
Meigong rice wine is named after a famous Sheshan hermit ChenJiRu (Meigong). Meigong likes deer and good wine, leaving many anecdotes in later ages.