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Cryptocoryne sp. ‘Flamingo’ - Tissue Culture Cup

Cryptocoryne sp. Flamingo, also known as Cryptocoryne Pink Flamingo or Cryptocoryne Pink Panther. This is an extraordinarily rare and much sought-after attractive pink plant for your aquarium. It's a great plant for experienced aquarium enthusiasts and high-tech aquarium tanks. 

Disclaimer: Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be free of pests, pesticides, grow emerged, or submerge.

Scientific Name: Cryptocoryne Flamingo
Common Names: Cryptocoryne Pink Flamingo / Cryptocoryne Pink Panther
CO2: Recommended
Growth Rates: Medium
Difficulty Level: Expert
Nutrient Substrate: Required
Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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jason wilson
Healthy-great looking

First time buyer. These are so nice.
I got 4 in each cup. I was surprised at how well the roots were established, vibrant, and clean.
Easy planting. No melting after a week. Amazing find. I plant to buy more and continue shopping APF.

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Shayne
Quality crypts

Really wanted these pink flamingo crypts. I received 4 well established plants with roots. Look awesome in my tank!

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Rigo Castellon
Dr.Roberts

Healthy plant, long roots. Lovely coloration

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Matt G

The plants came in very healthy. There were plenty of portions to split between 3 tanks to add a pop of color. They have been my tanks for a few days now and thus far no melting! Very pleased with this purchase.

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Diego Torres
Outstanding quality!!

Even though the package was late (2 weeks) due to holiday season and Covid, the plants arrived healthy. Packaging was outstanding and they seem to be doing good in my mid/high tech tank.

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Andrew Schwartz
Best quality and price!

The tissue culture I ordered came in vibrant and healthy. The cup was completely full of plants. I was able to pull seven clumps of crypts from the container. Each clump has at least two baby plants.