Killi
curve

Cryptocoryne ciiata
Banjarmasin East_Borneo Papua
Sarawak brackish emerse flower submersed varigated

ciliata
(2n=22)


C. cognata
biotope emersed
flower seedlings submerse

cognata
(2n=28)

In 1957 H.W. Schott discovered this plant in two locations in India but it was not until 150 years later, 1989 to 1992, that Yadav, Patil and Dixit rediscovered it in the Ratnagiri district (the former 'Konkan') of India. The flower is only half above the soil line when it develops, it makes a fine aquarium plant but has not been observed to make runners thus far.
Literature:
Beest, M. te, 1998. A taxonomic study of the genus Cryptocoryne (Araceae) of South India. University of Calicut.
Patil,K.S., S.R.Yadav, G.B.Dixit & J.Bogner, 1992. Eine lang verschollene Cryptocoryne aus Indien: Cryptocoryne cognata Schott (Araceae). Aqua-Planta 2-92 : 59-65.
Schott, H.W., 1857. Cryptocorynenskizze. Bonplandia 5(14): 219-223.
Wit, H.C.D.de, 1960. Het genus Cryptocoryne 12, Cryptocoryne cognata Schott, Cryptocoryne cognatoides Blatter & McCann. Het Aquarium 31(2): 31-32.
Wijngaarden, P. van, 2004. Cryptocoryne cognata Schott. Aqua Planta 29(3): 98-107.
Wit, H.C.D.de, 1990. Aquarienpflanzen, 2. Auflage. Ulmer, Stuttgart.


CON
De_Wit_1990 emerse
Fischer_1936 flower submerse

consobrina


Cryptocoryne cordata
Malaysia
Thailand history

cordata
(2n=34)


Cryptocoryne crispulata

crispatula
(2n=24, 3n=54)


Cryptocoryne coronata

coronata
(2n=34)


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