Cryptocoryne

Cryptocoryne Dewitii

Cryptocoryne Dewitii source: http://crypts.home.xs4all.nl/Cryptocoryne/Gallery/dew/dew.html Almost 40 years after its discovery in 1971 in Papua New Guinea by Mr Katik, the plant is found back by Takashige Idei. In the last decades attempts have been made to find the spot near the Kiunga airstrip but they were unsuccessful, and we did not have any pictures at

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Cryptocoryne Affinis

Our cryptocoryne affinis,.. from : http://crypts.home.xs4all.nl/Cryptocoryne/Gallery/aff/aff.html Cryptocoryne affinis is one of the ‘classical’ aquarium plants, first reports go back to 1939. In the 50s this plant grow enormous popular for aquarists under the name C. haerteliana. In the recent years different forms are imported. Some more brownish, others more bullated. In recent years, Jacobsen and

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Cryptocoryne Usteriana

Our Cryptocoryne Usteriana. From : http://crypts.home.xs4all.nl/Cryptocoryne/Gallery/ust/ust.html At this moment (end 2001), there are four slight different plants known as Cryptocoryne usteriana. First the plant collected by Josef Bogner on Guimaras (Philippines) in1983 (Bogner 1644). This one is widespread in Europe. Second, a plant from Russia, shipped by Alexei Bednii, from an unknown origin. Third, a

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