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Old 10-17-2018, 08:53 PM   #1
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cryptocoryne I'd please

Could anyone possibly I'd these 2 species of cryptocoryne?

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Not by any means sure...
but my guesses are Green and Lutea.

Did you buy them?

Growth above or below water and lighting as well as CO2 and ferts can change plant stem and leaf colors and leaf shapes.
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Not by any means sure...
but my guesses are Green and Lutea.

Did you buy them?

Growth above or below water and lighting as well as CO2 and ferts can change plant stem and leaf colors and leaf shapes.

yes these were bought from petco's black algae tank of doom lol. one looks like it was grown emersed(the one with longer leaves) and the other looks like it was submersed growth. cant say for sure on that though. the tank they came from is the tank petco will mix submersed.emersed,aquatic and semi-aquatic plants in.they put bundles of say crypt or ammania in with white ribbon plant or lucky bamboo. i guess we will see after a few weeks if these plants decide to change leaf shape.
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Ideal if you get them when they first arrive to the store, haha and hopefully avoid the algae affixing itself from the tank of doom.
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Lutea / lucens
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