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Identify Cryptocoryne

miah431

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I purchased a plant which was supposedly cryptocoryne albida. I don't think I received that plant. Can anyone identify this?
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Angus

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Might be emersed grown undulata? crypts are bloody hard to identify because there are just so many, and so many growing variations based on environmental factors.
 

miah431

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I was away from the tank for when they arrived and just returned home today. My wenditi green looks like this. This plant that has no roots looks like this (I have no idea why my brother planted it here). They're also suffering from cryptocoryne melt but they have no roots so I don't know if they'll recover
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Mick.Dk

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It could be emerse form of C. Undulata 'red' - but leaves are a little short for emerse C. Undulata.
It is most likely a C. Wedtii and one of the 'green'-types. There are several different in trade and some have more or less brown colouration, depending on light intensity of the tank.
 
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