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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 4:29 am Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 crypts  are  indeed  a  challenge.  not  only  do  they  vary  as  per  the  conditions  they  are  grown  in,  they  also  have  umpteen  local  variations  depending  on  the  area  of  collection.  can  those  who  cannot  grow  them  emersed  and  flowr  ever  hope  to  ID  with  100%  surety?  .....  very  rarely!  The  challenge  is  monumental.  
 
 Good  to  know  countryman  Bhushan  at  Houston  is  among  those  who  are  up  to  it   :)
 
 Dear  Bhushan,  do  shortlist  all  crypts  found  in  India  and  start  an  exclusive  thread  on  them  in  this  site,  or  on  your  inspiring  blog.


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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 4:32 am Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 There  is  this  wonderful  crypt  Kolhapure  in  Maharashtra  called  cryptocoryne  cognata.   
 
 the  pic  of  it  on  the  crypt  pages  leaves  one  spell  bound.
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 10:18 am Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

                                                   
Romi  wrote  (View  Post):                
crypts  are  indeed  a  challenge.  not  only  do  they  vary  as  per  the  conditions  they  are  grown  in,  they  also  have  umpteen  local  variations  depending  on  the  area  of  collection.  can  those  who  cannot  grow  them  emersed  and  flowr  ever  hope  to  ID  with  100%  surety?  .....  very  rarely!  The  challenge  is  monumental.  
 
 Good  to  know  countryman  Bhushan  at  Houston  is  among  those  who  are  up  to  it   :)
 
 Dear  Bhushan,  do  shortlist  all  crypts  found  in  India  and  start  an  exclusive  thread  on  them  in  this  site,  or  on  your  inspiring  blog.                

 
 Romi,  thanks  for  the  kind  words.  I  have  three  Indian  crypt  species  in  my  collection.  Others  are  very  rare.  
 
 
                                                 
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 There  is  this  wonderful  crypt  Kolhapure  in  Maharashtra  called  cryptocoryne  cognata.   
 
 the  pic  of  it  on  the  crypt  pages  leaves  one  spell  bound.
                 

 Romi,  C  cognata  is  found  in  Ratnagiri  district  of  Maharashtra  on  the  Konkan  side.  I  am  currently  in  India  and  took  a  trip  to  Ratnagiri  to  find  this  elusive  plant  but  was  not  successful  as  I  had  no  local  contact.
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 Bhushan
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 4:17 pm Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 too  good  man
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 11:46 pm Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 awesome  man..can  u  please  gift  me  some   Chuckle
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 11:48 pm Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 Thanks  a  lot  guys.
 
 
                                                 
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awesome  man..can  u  please  gift  me  some   Chuckle                

 Your  are  welcome  to  come  pick  some  up.  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 5:37 pm Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 awesome  collection  dude   Clapping
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 6:14 pm Post subject: Re: Emersed Cryptocoryne Set-up with flowers Reply with quote

 "Crypt.  cognata  is  found  in  Ratnagiri  district  of  Maharashtra  on  the  Konkan  side"
 Seems  a  beautiful  plant  from  what  I  could  find  on  the  web.
 
 Some  of  Pune  hobbyists  and  I  have  lots  of  contacts  in  Ratnagiri  district  and  further  south  into  Sindhudurg.  I  for  one  keep  going  there  every  few  months  so  I  will  keep  an  eye  out.  
 
 The  next  time  you  go  looking,  let  us  know.  Maybe  we'll  have  better  luck.  We  could  even  make  a  collection/habitat  study  trip  out  of  it.   Smile
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