Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

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Postby Tim Gross » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:46 am

Name:
Tim Gross

Locality:
Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Species you currently keep:
C. affinis
C. aponogetifolia
C. beckettii
C. cordata var. cordata
C. crispatula var. balansae
C. parva
C. pontederiifolia
C. retrospiralis
C. walkeri
C. wendtii

L. meeboldii 'Pink'

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.
All are being kept submersed.

Where you got them.
I got most of my Crypts. from trade and auction. A few from petstores.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about.
C. keei, C. nurii, C. usteriana

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process.

A little.
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Postby Jerrytheplater » Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:30 pm

Name: Jerry Smith

Locality: Bloomingdale, NJ USA

Species you currently keep (best guess allowed): All have never flowered except as noted. I don’t have many of each species, usually 3-5: C. affinis, balansae, ciliata, cordata “blassii” I have had a flower on submersed plants of the blassii six or more years ago. (I have a picture), crispatula var. balansae, moehlmannii, spiralis, undulata, usteriana one of these flowered soon after I bought them underwater. No picture, wendtii “Tropica”, x willisii,

Species you no longer keep:

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.: All submersed. Some in plastic pots in fry grow out tanks, others in the substrate directly. I am thinking of trying some emersed.

Where you got them: usteriana and x willisii from Aquarium Landscapes Fall/04; ciliata and wendtii that had bullate leaves when received Fall/04, from Wilma Duncan. She and I both thought it was affinis at the time. http://www.jayscustomcomputers.com/wilma/ ; crispatula var. balansae, spiralis, moehlmannii, from That Fish Place, http://www.thatpetplace.com/MainPro/IndexFish.aspx; affinis, cordata “blassii”, undulata, wendtii “Tropica” from Charley Sabitino (AKA Lowcoaster) 9/07 beadgc@nyc.rr.com; cordata “blassii” from a LFS more than 6 years ago that bloomed underwater.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about: Alkaline water species. I know the cordata “blassii” does really poorly in Tanganyikan water.

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process: No
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Postby Xema » Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:40 am

Another foreign guy interested on the diffusion of the knowledge about cryptocoryne genus.

Name: Xema Romero

Locality: Cádiz, Spain

Species you currently keep:

You can see the sp. currently I am keeping with a green mark, in the following link.
http://www.aquatika.es/crypt-room/cryptroomindex.htm

Species you no longer keep:

You can see the lost sp marked with a red sign in the following link.
http://www.aquatika.es/crypt-room/cryptroomindex.htm

How you are keeping them:
Most of the emersed, but few ones submerged.

Where you got them:
Exchanging and buying form other hobbiest and nurseries.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about.: C. bullosa, C. pallidinervia, C. schulzei.
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Postby andrew__ » Wed Jan 23, 2008 12:24 pm

Name
Andrew Schram

Locality
GTA, ON, Canada

C. pontederiifolia
submersed and emersed, from local club auction.

C. undulata
Emersed, trade with club member

C. walkerii 'lutea'
submersed and emersed, doing well emersed, poorly submersed, from LFS (waiting on flower to confirm ID)

C. wendtii var. green #1
like a weed in both, LFS (But isn't green in submersed culture)

C. wendtii var. green #2
like a weed in both, LFS (Doesn't stay green in emersed culture)

C. wendtii 'Tropica'
Submersed from LFS.

C. wendtii (another one)
Submersed, from club auction.

C. willissi
Submersed and emersed, though it does not do well for me submersed.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about
The ones I already have :roll: other than them probably Cordata, other easy/hardwater crypts.

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process
No, other than that is seems to be pretty expensive.
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Postby SAMURAI » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:23 am

Name:Jyo Yokoyama

Locality :Tokyo,Japan

Species I currently keep :

C.affinis
C.annamica
C.auriculata
C.cordata ver cordata(various types)
C.cf cordata idei A-03(grabowskii??)
C.cf cordata idei A-05(grabowskii??)
C.cordata ver zonata idei B-01
C.edithae Kishi TB06-1
C.elliptica
C.fusca idei B-10(Kualakuayan)
C.griffithii idei B-03(Sg.koru)
C.ideii idei B-10(Kualakuayan)
C.keei
C.minima
C.noritoi idei TR-01
C.xpurprea nothover purprea
C.xpurprea nothover borneoensis Sasaki I-SASL
C.xpurprea nothover borneoensis idei B-03(Sg.koru)
C.striolata idei TR-02
C.uneoi
C.yujii Sasaki M-SINN

and more....

Where you got them : Petstores, trades with other people.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about :C.alba C.bogneri and cordata-group.

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process:No. But I'm learning it now.

I'm in Japan now. but I want to share the crypts' information and trade it.Talk to you later!!
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Re: Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby Jason » Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:41 am

Name:
Jason

Locality:
Salt Lake City, UT

Species you currently keep:
C. crispatula var. balansae
C. beckettii ''petchii''
C. walkeri 'lutea'
C. willisii
C. wendtii "bronze"
C. wendtii "green"

How you are keeping them:
All are being kept submersed.

Where you got them:
All were purchased from local fish shops.

The top three species interested in:
Not sure, yet.

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process:
No.
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Postby peter tang » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:59 am

Name:
Peter Tang

Locality
Shanghai Ghina

Species I currently keep
keei, nurii,thwaitesii,codata var zonata,yujii,minima,lingua,pallidinervia,striolata,timahensis,schulzei.

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.
by now all my plants are kept submersed.but they are not grow well,and i want to try emersed culture.

Where you got them ?
All are from trades or online purchase.


Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process?
Nope, and with great interestes in knowing it.
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