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Growing Aroids in Planted Ripariums

Hi All,

I have been away form the list for a while, but I have a couple of new
pictures worthwhile for this thread.

My Cryptocoryne themed riparium setup has been doing well. It got to be
rather overgrown, but last night I removed/trimmed the largest plants. The
light is now better able to penetrate down through to the water.


The plants look rather disheveled in this picture, but their looks will
improve as they settle in and re-grow a little bit more.

One of my favorite plants in this setup is the large Cryprotocoryne
wendtii to the right of center. I pulled that specimen out for a studio


I am unsure of the variety for this plant, but I think that it might be
wendtii 'Bronze' or 'Mi Oya'.

I also had a beautiful Anubias hastifolia, but I removed it to a larger
tank because it had outgrown this space. I got this picture while making
the transfer.


I hope to come back in a week or so with a better picture of the whole tank.



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