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Old 05-29-2016, 09:05 AM   #11 (permalink)
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It was labeled as C. tonkinensis that's all I know.
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Okay so over the weekend at the local club auction I got some of the Cryptocoryne crispatula var. kubotae. This stuff looks more like grass than a crypt. A friend of mine told me he got it at petsmart a while back.
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I saw some the other day at Arizona Nature Aquatics. IDK if it is correctly labeled but it looks correct.
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Wondering how you guys are finding the C. crispatula var. kubotae?

The variety that we have in Australia seems quite robust in emersed culture but is hard to maintain submersed (mine just got smaller and withered away over months). I had them in pots so I pulled the last one out before it died and it recovered nicely in my emersed collection.
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