Killi
curve

SAH

sahalii



Cryptocoryne scurrilis
Lingga

scurrilis


SEK
biotope

FER sekadauensis

Crypt. ferruginea var. sekadauensis



Cryptocoryne sivadasanii

sivadasanii

This is a small to medium-sized specimen. Leaves frequently get 6-8 feet long. They don't send out runners but produce daughter plants at the base. When grown emersed, it's a small scrawny plant. Easy, hardy plant that doesn't melt and extra-long leaves can be trimmed like Vallisneria. - Vin Kutty, 2017


Cryptocoryne spiralis var cognatoides   FBC101/2017
biotope
emerse flower

SPI cognatoides


Cryptocoryne spiralis var.caudigera
emersed flower
map submersed

SPI caudigera

Cryptocoryne spiralis var. caudigera

The Species description for C. spiralis var. caudigera and C. spiralis var. huegelii also contains a key to C. spiralis (German).


SPH
emerse
wild

SPI huegelii

Cryptocoryne spiralis (Retzius) Fischer ex Wydler var. huegelii (Schott) Bogner

Described in 2013 by Bogner and Largest of the C. spiralis forms, it only occurs in a very limited range at high altitude. This may be the first photo of the plant ever published. It should prove to be a superb aquarium plant.

The Species description for C. spiralis var. huegelii and C. spiralis var. caudigera also contains a key to C. spiralis (German).




Cryptocoryne spiralis
FBC_01 flower
red wild

SPI spiralis

Cryptocoryne spiralis var. spiralis








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