Re[2]: Fenestrated aroids

     i think you are thinking of "Aponogeton fenestralis" (from Madagascar) 
     which is not a Cryptocoryne, therefore not an aroid, although it is 
     also an aquatic plant you can find in fish stores.
     tsuh yang chen, new york city

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Subject: Re: Fenestrated aroids
Author:  PC at INTERNET
Date:    1/13/97 5:17 PM

Is not Cryptocoryne an aroid? There's one which practically defines 
fenestration. It used to be called 'fenestralis' when I was a child. 

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