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Hi every body:

Thanks for create this wonderfull site, congratulations for the team moderators and the administrator. :)

Sorry by the gramatical and ortography mistakes, but my mother lenguaje is spanish. :wink:

I am a mad for the plants and I have a great collection, especialty the genus Cryptocoryne. I have 25 aquariums of 25g and a experiment with many substrates and others factors.
 

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Hello! I really like the aspect of this hobby that we can share it with so many people from all over the world through the internet. Nice to "meet" you!
 

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Hola,

I am a crypt grower as well, I'm sure you have found Jan's site. There is also a Crypt's mailing list as well.

con mucho gusto,

Tom Barr
 

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Hola Javier,

Welcome to APC! You have quite a few Crypt specialists on this board. Are there many plant enthusiasts in Chile?

Bienvenido a APC! Aqui tenemos muchos expertos en Cryptocorynes. Hay muchos fanaticos de las plantas en Chile?

Saludos,
 

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Bienvenidos a APC. :D

A mi tambien me gusta mucho los Cryptocorynes.
I like Cryptocorynes a lot as well.

Possiblemente podemos hacer escambios de plantas.
Perhaps we can make a plant trade.

Carlos
 

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Art_Giacosa said:
Hola Javier,

Welcome to APC! You have quite a few Crypt specialists on this board. Are there many plant enthusiasts in Chile?

Bienvenido a APC! Aqui tenemos muchos expertos en Cryptocorynes. Hay muchos fanaticos de las plantas en Chile?

Saludos,
Thanks all for your welcome !!! :p

Some years ago in my contry we only have a few species, the most populars and rustic plant like Egeria sp, Cryptocoryne affinis, C. becketti, C. parva, C. undulata, H. polysperma, Ludwigia repens, Microsorium sp., Vallisneria sp., Echinodorus amazonicus , E. horizontalis, Vesicularia dubyana, and others. All in emersed culture at low prices (US$ 1 to 2.5).

In 1998 I know Cubics (nickname) and with the help of Internet a start a new period in my acuarism, try with substrat compost with clay, humus and peat moss, add CO2 by DYS and alot of light. In the same time we do the first importation of plants more dificult and expensive. At this point born a gruop of people in my contry who work to change the poor diversity of species and stay live in the time.

Actually I have the following species:

Anubias barteri var. nana
Anubias barteri var. bonsai
Anubias barteri var. coffeefolia
Anubias barteri var. barteri
Anubias barteri var. Caladiifolia
Anubias afzelii
Anubias congensis
Aponogeton boivinianus
Aponogeton crispus
Aponogeton madagascariensis
Aponogeton ulvaceus
Bacopa monnieri
Blyxa sp.
Bolbitis heudelotii
Cabomba caroliniana
Ceratopteris cornuta
Ceratopteris thalictroides
Crinum calamistratum
Crinum thaianum
Cryptocoryne affinis
Cryptocoryne balansae
Cryptocoryne beckettii
Cryptocoryne ciliata
Cryptocoryne cordata
Cryptocoryne crispatula
Cryptocoryne parva
Cryptocoryne petchii
Cryptocoryne undulata
Cryptocoryne walkeri
Cryptocoryne wendtii var. brown
Cryptocoryne wendtii var. Green
Cryptocoryne willisii var. Lucens
Didiplis diandra
Echinodorus amazonicus
Echinodorus barthii
Echinodorus bleheri
Echinodorus horizontalis
Echinodorus longiscapus
Echinodorus martii
Echinodorus parviflorus
Echinodorus parviflorus var. tropica
Echinodorus quadricostatus
Echinodorus rubin
Echinodorus uruguayensis
Echinodorus red ozelot
Echinodorus indian red
Egeria densa
Eleocharis parvula
Eleocharis vivipara
Glossostigma elatinoides
Heteranthera zosterifolia
Hydrocotyle leucocephala
Hygrophila corymbosa
Hygrophila difformis
Hygrophila polysperma
Hygrophila polysperma rosanervis
Lilaeopsis brasilensis
Limnophila sessiliflora
Lobelia cardinalis
Ludwigia repens
Lysimachia nummularia
Marsilea crenata
Macaya fluviatilis
Micranthemum micranthemoides
Microsorum pteropus
Microsorum pteropus var. windelov
Myriophyllum aquaticum
Nymphaea sp.
Riccia fluitans
Rotala wallichii
Rotala rotundifolia
Sagittaria platyphylla
Sagittaria subulata
Sagittaria pusilla
Vallisneria americana var. americana
Vallisneria spiralis var. Spiralis
Vesicularia dubyana


The pleased was me :wink:
 

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It looks like what Ghazanfar used to have in his 75 gallon tank. :D
 

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I'm a little late but welcome to Aquatic Plant :D

I also enjoy keeping Crypts and have started using them more in my aquascapes.

That is quiet a long species list you have. I hope you will post some pics of your plants & tanks.
 

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Ok, this a picture I like very much take with a reflex camera and semi fish eye (15mm), I hope you like this picture.



three months later you con see the diference, and the extra large Cryptocoryne wendtti var. brown (45 cm, 18 inch).


I have a lot pictures and show more in other post, I have pictures of Crinum thaianum flowering and develop fruits and grow the new young plants.
 

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Very nice... What plant are you using as a ground cover?
 

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trenac said:
Very nice... What plant are you using as a ground cover?
Thank you trenac !!!! :p , this plant is Cryptocoryne parva grow in full light, they leaves was totaly horizontal.
 

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Hello to everyone,

I`ve seen Javiercrypt aquarium live, and I have to say they are quite amasing. He has grown many cryptocoryne species also in the emersed form, obtaining many flowers from the diferent species.

Sería bacan que te pusieras algunas fotos de las flores de tus cryptos.

We would love to see some crypts flowers photos.

Regards
 
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