Cryptocoryne Tonkinensis Tissue Culture
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Cryptocoryne Tonkinensis also known as the Kubota's water trumpet. This is an uncommon crypt that has a needle and narrow leaves that don't look like other common crypts that are often sold in the aquarium market. Cryptocoryne Tonkinensis 'Red' thrives even in low light and it can tolerate hard/soft water its growth habit is similar to its cousins Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green' and Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Brown' which makes it perfect for any aquascape design.
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, and pesticides, grow emerged or submerge.
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Please keep in mind that Live Arrival Guarantee only guarantees that live stocks will be alive upon arrival. We cannot guarantee that you will continue to have success with them. Many factors, including the aquarium environment, water quality, nutrient, temperature, lighting, filter, and CO2 system, can contribute to the failure to grow live plants and live animals.
Even though our plants are very clean, but we can't guarantee they will be 100% pest-free because we cannot be responsible for your aquarium. Please use it at your own risk. We recommended all customers rinse the plants with clean water and quarantine them before use.
However, plants in tissue culture will be 100% free from pests, algae and never have been contacting with any aquarium.
Smaller leaves and over all growth than pictured but multiple healthy little clumps. Size and the fact I'm using fluval substrate made them an exercise in frustration to plant. It's been just shy of a week though and instead of dealing with crypt melt I have happy little clumps of tonkinensis putting out roots and elongating leaves.