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I've stumbled across a couple of other websites dedicated to the Lagenandra genus. It seems that this is a fairly large group with far more species than the L. meeboldii that many of us are keeping now.

These images are linked from Jan D. Bastmeijer's site here.



Does anyone know if these other species can be kept in the aquarium? If so, it represents a significant "untapped" resource. Due to their proximity to the crypts, it seems reasonable that many of them would tolerate growth in a submerged setting. These are two that I thought were interesting:


L. undulata


L. ereosa de Wit
 

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L. thwaitsii is definitely suitable for aquariums. L. ovata is too, but it's huge, absolutely huge!
 
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