Cryptocoryne undulatus brown

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  • Dimensions: up to 40cm
  • Model: p2020420
  • Origin: Sri Lanka
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Cryptocoryne Undulatus Brown is a delightful looking plant with glossy brown pointy leaves and fine dark stems. This is a familiar plant with Aquascapers as they can be used as a foreground plant when creating a sandy foreground which is particularly popular at the moment in aquascaping.

As with most crypts this plant needs little attention and will happily grow under low lighting.

Understanding Crypt melt - all Cryptocoryne species require stable water parameter and light conditions. Once planted, Crypts should not be moved otherwise it can trigger what is called Crypt melt. If a Crypt has a significant change of environment (ph, kh , gh, lighting intensity or duration, root disturbance etc), Crypt melt can be triggered. The leaves start to disintegrate as the plant prepares for its new environment - DO NOT WORRY! Your plant will begin to grow back over the next 30 days (sometimes sooner, sometimes later) - it's still very much alive and busy getting ready for the growth of new leaves. In the meantime, any decaying leaves should be trimmed and recycled in a compost bin.

by Teresa T.
Great plant.

by John B.
Ordered 3 plants on the Thursday 8/11/18, delivered on the Friday in perfect condition, planted in my tank 2 hours later as suggested by aqua essentials, and they are all doing well, even growing new leaves, brilliant.

by Brian M.
The plant's arrived well packed and in good clean condition

by Nigel S.
Great looking plant on arrival. Good roots, well established

by Stephen W.
Another GR8 plant from aquaessentials

by Russell W.
I bought a number of plants they came well packaged and were in excellent conditions. very pleased with service and agree with everyone else's comments will be back for more.

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Can you please advise me. After having this plant for 4 weeks looking great it has suddenly started to melt :( can you advise me what's best to do? Should I cut away melting leaves or leave them until they are fully melted away? What causes this melt? I have good light, nutrient and co2... With tropica black substrate.


cut away the melt - it does happen so don't worry too much. Normally too large a water change will trigger it.

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