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Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby SCMurphy » Tue Nov 21, 2006 8:53 am

Post here ONCE, no discussion, welcomes or other chatter please. As your lists change please come back here and edit the original post.
    Name
    Locality (State, Province or Country level, I would like everyone who joins to email me later with your address, we can't get you plants if you are completely anonymous)
    Species you currently keep (best guess allowed)
    Species you no longer keep, (if you wish to list these like Tony.)
    How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.
    Where you got them, I.E. Petstore or website, trade with other person, from the ECS meetings, from someone who got them at the ECS meetings...
    The top three species you are interested in learning more about
    Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process

Individual threads for welcomes and more in depth introductions are encouraged.
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Aquascape? I'm a crypt farmer.

If you've got bait, I've got wasabi!

That IS an aquascape, it's titled THE VACANT LOT.
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Postby SCMurphy » Tue Nov 21, 2006 9:20 am

Sean Murphy
Maryland, USA

I have over 50 varieties of C. wendtii, :wink:

Because almost all of the crypts I have were sold or traded to me and have been unverified by producing a flower actual list is not firm:
Submersed
C. affinis
C. albida
C. aponogetifolia
C. beckettii
C. cordata
var. cordata ~ ~ C. cordata var. blassii
C. crispatula
var. balansae
C. crispatula
var. tonkinensis
C. moehlmannii
C. nurii
C. parva
C. pontederiifolia
C. ´purpurea nothovar. purpurea
C. pygmaea
from Jan
C. retrospiralis
C. spiralis
var. spiralis
C. undulata
C. usteriana
from Jan
C. walkeri ~ ~ C. walkeri var. lutea
C. wendtii
bronze ~ ~ C. wendtii green ~ ~ C. wendtii ‘Tropica’ ~ ~ C. wendtii ‘Green Gecko’ ~ ~ C. wendtii ‘hybrid’
C. ´willisii ~ ~ C. ´willisii var. lucens
C. zukalii
from Jan
Lagenandra meeboldii


Emersed
C. ferruginea
C. griffithii
C. keei
C. longicauda


I keep them using a variety of methods from submersed to emersed in soil and emersed in peatlitter.

I got the majority of my submersed crypts from petstores and doing special orders with wholesalers.

My list from the ECS is as follows, it includes plants from the Gula wholesalers and from Jan's aquarium. The code is Jan's, I have the locality data in another table that matches up to them.

species code
C. alba De Wit B 688
C. albida De Wit NJT 02-3A
C. albida Parker NJT 02-3
C. aponogetifolia Merrill Gula
C. bullosa Engler Kleemann 2006 (melted to rootstock, growing new leaves)
C. ciliata (Roxburg) Schott NJT 03-15 A
C. cordata Griffith var. cordata (?) Gula
C. cordata Griffith var. cordata IBI 05-22
C. cordata Griffith var. cordata B 1070
C. cordata Griffith var. siamensis (Kerr) NJT 05-52
C. cordata Griffith var. siamensis (Kerr) NJT 02-65
C. cordata Griffith var. siamensis (Kerr) NJT 03-1
C. cordata Griffith var. siamensis (Kerr) NJT 03-2
C. cordata Griffith var. siamensis (Kerr) NJT 04-61
C. cordata Griffith var. zonata (De Wit) N. Jacobsen B 963
C. crispatula Engler var. balansae (Gagnepain) N.Jacobsen B 1158
C. crispatula Engler var. tonkinensis (Gagnepain) N.Jacobsen Gula
C. elliptica Hooker f. (?) Kleemann 2006
C. ferruginea Engler IBI 05-30
C. fusca De Wit B 1078
C. hudoroi Bogner & Jacobsen Waser 1 (short)
C. hudoroi Bogner & Jacobsen Waser 2 (tall)
C. hudoroi Bogner & Jacobsen B 1160
C. cf. ideii Budianto B 1064
C. cf. ideii Budianto B 1087
C. cf. ideii Budianto B 1088
C. longicauda Engler Waser 01-8 / B 856 (melted, dead)
C. minima Ridley B 864
C. minima Ridley SW 0408 / B 1094 ‘amicorum’
C. minima Ridley NJM 04-23
C. minima Ridley Stroessner ‘gasseri’
C. moehlmannii De Wit B 634
C. noritoi Wongso B 1157
C. cf. nurii Furtado NJI 01-15
C. pontederiifolia Schott B 1092
C. schulzei De Wit NJM 04-22
C. scurrilis De Wit B 853
C. scurrilis De Wit B 934
C. species B 1123 ‘Pelan’
C. spiralis (Retzius) Wydler NJ 3411
C. thwaitesii Schott Babics 6-4-05-2 ‘Elpitia’ (melted to rootstock)
C. usteriana Engler Bogner 1644
C. versteegii "Timika" SW 05-02
C. vietnamensis Hertel & Muehlberg Bogner 2315
C. wendtii De Wit Waser ‘Kitulgala’
C. cf x purpurea Ridley nothovar. purpurea NJM 04-18A (melted, dead)
C. yujii Bastmeijer B 980
C. zaidiana Ipor & Tawan IBI 05-33
C. zukalii Rataj B 908

C. usteriana x walkeri ? B 743 (cool looking plant!)


Lagenandra erosa De Wit Bogner 450
Lagenandra bogneri De Wit Waser 02-3
Lagenandra blassii De Wit B 666
Lagenandra nairii Ramamurthy & Rajan Stroessner


The C. aponogetifolia is now residing with Ghazanfar Ghori. (except for one, just in case)

My top three species that I wish to know more about or obtain are C. striolata, C. pallidinervia, and C. edithiae.

I have just completed my first importation of plants from Europe and I have the ability to apply for permits with the USDA to import from other localities.
I have not yet obtained a phytosanitary certificate here in the US to export plants, but I have made contact with the office that handles that process and I know who I have to pay $23 dollars to for the honor of getting one.
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Aquascape? I'm a crypt farmer.

If you've got bait, I've got wasabi!

That IS an aquascape, it's titled THE VACANT LOT.
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Postby JenThePlantGeek » Tue Nov 21, 2006 9:46 am

Jennifer Ford

Indianapolis, IN

C. moehlmannii, C. wendtii, C. parva, C. aponogetafolia, C. 'Tropica' (still need a positive ID, got it from an auction), C. walkeri, unidentified crypt.

All grown submerged

I acquire most of my plants from online trades, auctions, swap meets, and the occasional pet store.

I will have to look through my Kasselmann book, but the one that really stands out is cordata 'Green Gecko'

I have a rough understanding of the import / export process
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Postby newellcr » Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:54 pm

Name. Christopher Newell
Locality. Metro Detroit
Species you currently keep. I have at least 50 types of Crypts. A lot of them are wendtii and cordata varieties. I have some plants with collection data. I will be posting my stock list soon.
How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc. Both submerse and emerse. I've been keeping the emerse plants in different soil types including leaf mold and top soil.
Where you got them. I have accumulated many plants over the years from different brick and mortar and online stores, and exchanges with other hobbiests.
The top three species you are interested in learning more about. I am interested in learning more about the culture techniques.
Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process. Yes, some.
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Re: Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby Kai Witte » Tue Nov 21, 2006 4:48 pm

Count me in as a foreign member/advisor from Germany! :)

Species you currently keep (best guess allowed)

Must be most blackwater species and quite a few others - still less than 100 strains/clones with locality data...

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.

Both - usually an emersed plant for propagation/flowering and submersed backups, especially for those blackwater crypts which actually prefer growing submersed. Here's a thread with more info on one of my cultivation approaches: http://www.aquaticplantcentral.com/foru ... ts-in.html

Where you got them

My main sources are other ECS members, of course. I've also collected in SE Asia myself and have some international contacts.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about

Well, lemme see:
The thwaitesii species group, the striolata species group, and minima/scurrilis.
I'm also really fond of pallidinervia, yujii, and zaidiana...
Additional species of which I'm trying to collect strains with locality data are affinis, longicauda, and nurii.
I'm currently experimenting to get a better grip on cultivating bullosa, striolata, and uenoi.
Does that count? :roll: :)

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

With a bit of effort, shipping to the US and Canada has been working fine.
Best wishes,
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Re: Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby AaronT » Tue Nov 21, 2006 5:21 pm

Name:
Aaron Talbot

Locality
Dayton, MD

Species I currently keep
moehlmannii, griffithii, keei, wendtii (only one with locality info), wendtii x willisii hybrid, parva, retrospiralis, crispatula var. balansae, willisii, pontederiifolia, cordata var. 'rosanervig', albida and Lagenandra meeboldii 'pink'.

I have minima, pygmea and ideii on the way w/ locality info (thanks Chris)

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.
The latter 3 will be emersed and I'm hoping to convert one of the Lagenandras soon.

The rest are all submersed for now.

Where you got them
All are from trades or purchases with other hobbyists.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about
schulzei, fusca and bullosa

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process?
Nope, but I know someone in my club who does. ;)
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Postby KenBoorman » Tue Nov 21, 2006 7:27 pm

Name: Ken and Lisa Boorman

Locality: Ontario, Canada.

Species you currently keep: C. aponogetifolia, C. griffithii, C. wendtii.

How you are keeping them: submersed

Where you got them: First and third through our club auction. Second from Dorothy Reimer :)

The top three species you are interested in learning more about: C. minima, C. crispatula var. balansae, C. keei

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process: No
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Re: Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby Purrbox » Tue Nov 21, 2006 9:51 pm

Name
Joy Crock

Locality
Iowa, USA

Species you currently keep
How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.

None of the following identifications have been confirmed.
C. beckettii 'petchii' (Emersed)
C. cordata v. blassii (Emersed)
C. parva (Emersed and Submersed)
C. pygmaea (Floating)
C. walkeri (Emersed)
C. wendtii (Submersed)
C. wendtii 'green' (Emersed)
C. wendtii v. 'Tropica' (Emersed)
C. x willisii (Emersed and Submersed)

Where you got them
Online stores, local fish club auction, and fellow hobbiests.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about
C. parva
C. x willisii
C. pygmaea

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/import process?
I know what I need to do to ship to Canada, beyond that I'm clueless.
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Postby DelawareJim » Wed Nov 22, 2006 5:00 am

Name : Jim Michaels
Locality: West Grove, PA
Species you currently keep:
C. affinis Lim S.M.
C. affinis "Tuebingen B. G., green (KEW 5004)"
C. alba Babics SRL
C. aponogetifolia
C. bangkaensis Wasser 2001-4
C. beckettii (petchii)
C. ciliata B 801
C. cordata var. Blassii
C. cordata var. Siamensis Jacobsen NJT 04-31
C. cordata var. Zonata Idei A-03
C. cordata 'Thailand:Sg Kolok'
C. cordata "Rosanervig'
C. crispatula var. balansae
C. crispatula var. balansae 'Bronze'
C. edithiae Sasaki I. Kott 960
C. edithiae Kishi TB 06-1
C. ferruginea Jacobsen NJS 04-13
C. ferruginea Takahashi NT0420
C. fusca Takahashi NT 04-13
C. fusca Wasser KB-04-04
C. griffithii Schott Sasaki I-B1SL
C. ideii Idei A-09
C. lingua
C. longicauda "Bangka: Pudingbesar (Waser 01-8)"
C. minima Bukit Merah NJM 04-29
C. minima Jacobsen NJM 04-27
C. minima Wongso SW0408
C. moehlmannii
C. noritoi Takahashi NT0317
C. parva
C. pontederiifolia
C. purpurea Borneoensis Sasaki SP2
C. pygmaea
C. retrospiralis
C. spiralis var. spiralis
C. undulata 'Red'
C. usteriana "large red (Gula)"
C. usteriana x walkeri ? B 743
C. versteegi
C. vietnamensis :Vietnam: Ba Na (Bogner 2315)"
C. walkeri (lutea)
C. wendtii
C. wendtii var. 'Green Gecko'
C. wendtii var. Mi Oya'
C. wendtii var. 'Tropica'
C. wendtii "Arisawella (Babics)"
C. x willisii ''lucens''
C. yugii Sasaki M Sin
C. sp Kota Tinggi

Lagenandra erosa
L. meeboldii 'Pink'
L. thwaitesii

How you are keeping them : Mostly submerged. I've tinkered with emersed for a couple of years but never had an excuse to get serious.
Where I got them: Petstores, trades with other people.
The top three species you are interested in learning more about :
C. annamica , C. cruddasiana , C. decus-silvae De Wit, C. pallidinervia Engler, Blackwater species.
Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process: Yes.
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Postby Paul Krombholz » Wed Nov 22, 2006 5:33 am

Name Paul Krombholz

Locality Central Mississippi


Species I currently keep
C. pontederiifolia------emersed
C. moehlmannii------submersed
C. cordata-------submersed, one variety, emersed another variety
C. wendtii------red, submersed
large brown & medium green, emersed
unknown variety from Rainbow Springs, Florida
submersed.
green gecko, submersed
C. beckettii-----from San Marcos River, Texas, emersed
C. crispatula----unknown (not balansae), submersed
C. retrospiralis?---emersed
C. undulata-------submersed
C. x willisii---------submersed
C. walkeri----------large variety, sold as lutea, submersed
green with red markings, emersed
green with brown markings emersed.
C. lingua-----------submersed
C. 'timahensis-----submersed and emersed (just getting plants started)
Unknown Sri Lankan variety(1) submersed
Unknown Sri Lankan variety(2) submersed

Emersed species are either in soda pop bottles or gallon pickle jars with covers.

About half my plants came from tropical fish stores in Milwaukee, Chicago, and even Jackson, Mississippi. The other half came from trades, fellow hobbyists.

Three top species I am interested in learning about (getting my hands on!!)
C. hudoroi, C. keei, C. aponogetifolia

Do I have knowledge of the import/export process?

just enough to know I can't afford to pay for a U.S. phytosanitary certificate!
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Postby Gomer » Wed Nov 22, 2006 10:58 am

Name: Tony Gomez
Locality: Irvine, CA USA
Species you currently keep: C. Blassii, C. wendtii x hybrid, C. willisii, C. retrospiralis, C. lucens
Species I have kept before (go go custom fields): C. wendtii brown, C. wendtii Mi Oya(?), C. parva, C. beckettii, C. albida, C. moehlmannii, C.pontederiifolia, C. pygmaea.
How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.: All the crypts I have now are grown submersed. I have grown The following emersed: wendtii Mi Oya, becketii, albida, parva. I have flowered albida and wendti Mi Oya (?)
Where you got them? Trade and online venders.
The top three species you are interested in learning more about I am too new to crypts to be choosie. I'm game for anything. However, I do like to be able to grow submersed and am more fond of the medium to smaller crypts. I'm always a fan of texture and coloration.
Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process Minor knowledge
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Postby ruki » Sun Nov 26, 2006 10:45 am

Name
Dale

Locality
Twin Cities, MN

Species I currently keep
C. crispulata 'Balansae'
C. Lutea
C. walkeri
C. willisii
C. retrospiralis
C. spiralis
C. tonkinensis
C. wentii 'Bronze'
C. wentii 'Red'
C. wentii 'Tropica'

How you are keeping them, emersed, submersed, etc.
submersed

Where you got them
Local aquarium society, online stores, and better aquarium stores.

The top three species you are interested in learning more about
want to concentrate on the smallest species such as C. parva.

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/import process?
none, other than reading of impounded horror stories.
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Postby EDGE » Sat Dec 02, 2006 10:54 pm

Name
Eric Lui

Locality
BC, Canada

Species you currently have
Wendtii ‘Green’
Wendtii ‘Mi oya’
Wendtii ‘Tropica’
Pygmaea
Walkeri
Crispatula var. balansae ‘Red’
Retrospiralis
Bullosa
Ferruginea
Longicauda
Elliptica
Minima "Sumatra"
Pallidinervia
Scurrilis
Cordata ver. Zonata
Striolata
Keei
ideii
Longicauda
Ciliata
Usteriana
Griffithii
Pontederiifolia
Albida
Affinis
xWillisii
Nurii
Undulata

How you are keeping them,
Keeping most neutral and limestone crypts emersed in hydroton.
Most blackwater crypt are submersed in ADA soil. Scurrilis, Ferruginea and griffithii are also growing in emersed in hydroton


Where you got them
Got them from the Petstore and hobbyist

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process
some knowledge[/b]
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Re: Society Sign-up and Basic Information Listing

Postby Phil Edwards » Mon Jan 22, 2007 8:25 pm

    Name: Phil Edwards

    Locality:
    Charlotte, NC, USA

    Species you currently keep: C. wendtii and C. lutea

    Species you no longer keep: walkeri, pontederiifolia, parva, pygmaea, spiralis, retropiralis, crispatula, moehlmanii, lingua, minima, purpurea, wendtii (x100 varieties) and a bunch more I can't remember anymore. There were a lot and it was years ago.

    How you are keeping them: Current species are sumbersed. Former species were all emersed.

    Where you got them: I got a bunch from FishVet when he did them, Sean Murphy, Jan Bastemeijer, Shawn Winterton, Diana Walstad, and various others I can't recall.

    The top three species you are interested in learning more about.: If it begins with Cryptocoryne....

    Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/ import process: No
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Postby Ibn » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:51 am

Name: Eric Do

Locality: San Jose, CA, USA

Species currently keeping:

C. walkeri
C. pygmaea
C. parva
C. pontederifolia
C. crispatula var. balansae
C. wendtii
C. moehlmannii
C. cordata var. 'rosanervig'

C. cordata cf. var. zonata "Kalimantan Tengah: Sg. Koru
(Sasaki SP3a)"
Collected by Yuji Sasaki in 1999; Borneo, Kalimantan
Tengah, Sampit: Sungai(=stream) Koru.
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5118) <- Jacobsen <-
Bastmeijer (Bast. 831) <- Sasaki (SP3a).

C. elliptica "Perak: Pondok Tanjung (NJM 04-26)"
Collected by Niels Jacobsen in 2004; Malay Peninsula,
Perak: Hutan Simpanan Kekal Pondok Tanjung.
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5107) <- Jacobsen (NJM
04-26).

C. cf. ideii "Kalimantan Tengah, Muara Teweh (Idei A-09)"
Collected by Takashige Idei in 2004?; Borneo, Kalimantan
Tengah: W of Muara Teweh.
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5111) <- Jacobsen <-
Bastmeijer (Bast. 1064) <- Idei (A-09).

C. longicauda "Bangka: Pudingbesar (Waser 01-8)"
Collected by Alfred Waser in 2001; Bangka, Pudingbesar
(before Labu to Sangku).
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5112) <- Jacobsen <-
Bastmeijer (Bast. 856) <- Waser (01-8).

C. minima "Perak: Bukit Merah (NJM 04-29)"
Collected by Niels Jacobsen in 2004; Malay Peninsula,
Perak: Bukit Merah/Berah (= Batu 3 1/2).
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5114) <- Jacobsen (NJM
04-29).

C. scurrilis "Bangka 'Giant' (Waser 01-5)"
Collected by Alfred Waser in 2001; Bangka, Koba: S of
Nangkha to Toboali.
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5120) <- Jacobsen <-
Bastmeijer (Bast. 853) <- Waser (01-5).

C. zukalii "aquarium strain (Bast. 908)"
Commercial import; no locality data.
Provenance: *yourself* <- Witte (KEW 5098) <- Bastmeijer
(Bast. 908) <- ?

How are you keeping them: All species kept submersed.

Where you got them: Ones with collection data from above are from Kai Witte. Others from Bill Harada, Charley (Lowcoaster), Roland Seah (Green Chapter, Singapore), and one from the AGA convention.

Top three species interested in: C. nurii, C. keei, C. zukalii

Do you have any knowledge of the permit and export/import process: No
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