03-24-2013, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by JDM
The first is probably an Aponogeton crispus.
The second is the freebie and looks VERY similar to the AC above but is a different plant.... although maybe just a different variety of the Aponogeton. The plants it was with were much different so I don't think that was any indication.
Number three is a crypt, apparently also a Wendtii, although it looks different enough to be a different variety that's what keeps coming up. Perhaps it has to do with the leaf shape and wavey edges... any thoughts?
Number four is, well, I'm not certain where to start. I think a crypt of one form or another. The bunches have already got a few leaders sprouting green.
Plants in photos 1 and 2 [the front plant in 2] are Aponogeton species, photo 3 is Cryptocoryne, and I would agree 4 is prob Cryptocoryne. I'm not much on species epithets for these two genera, but the genus is usually distinctive.
Crypts have a rhizome, so one of these on the fourth would probably clinch it.