Aquascaping Lab - CRYPTOCORYNE Aquatic Plant technical description and management (all varieties)

aquascaping Lab by Tommaso Perini and Serena Sacchi, presents a video on description and management of aquatic plant Cryptocoryne describing more variety ( Cryptocoryne Petchii, Cryptocoryne Beckettii, Cryptocoryne Nevilli, Cryptocoryne Wenditii red, Cryptocoryne Undulata red, Cryptocoryne Tropica, Cryptocoryne Parva, Cryptocoryne Lucens). It comes from Araceae family and the origins are from Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka and the New Guinea. They are made of many rhizomes from which start the leaves, there are many varieties, each with its different morphology, however, talking about this aspect, the most important feature is the ability to adapt, is an aquatic varieties resistant to all types of waters, alkaline and acid. In the aquarium, it can happen that the crypto lose all the leaves, and then regenerate from rhizomes in a totally different color. They change their appearance depending on the condition, for example, with so much light are darken and grow bushier and low, with no much light instead get longer and brighter. Cryptocoryne is a slow-growing variety and being from Araceae family like Anubias, are very similar but the main difference is that the cryptocoryne are not epiphytes, so you cant positioned on driftwood or rocks, they need for this reason a substrate. Cryptocoryne Petchii: Crypto can exceed 15 cm high with spear-shaped leaves, if kept in good light and nutrients develops a very pronounced red. Cryptocoryne beckettii: Very similar to Petchii but in reduced form, about half, if kept well with a good light and nutrients becomes dark red almost reddish brown, even the leaf is reduced, not only the height. Cryptocoryne Nevilli: Initially on the green, very high, can easily reach 15 cm, has a little narrow and elongated leaf with a rounded tip, it can also take on a more dark color on the leaves. Cryptocoryne Wenditii red and Undulata red: They are very similar in a submerged form, Undulata red becomes more reddish while the first develops a dark red more accentuated on the stems, both varieties are high and develop wavy leaves in the leaf edges. Onlywhen you buy you can see the difference; the leaf of red Wenditii has the tip more rounded, while the undulata has the pointed leaf. Cryptocoryne Tropica: This kind of Cryptocoryne has reduced size, not more than 10 cm, brown, broad-leaved and bolted. Cryptocoryne Parva: Rounded and with a small leaf shaped like spades, the leaf remains green and small, and is one of the varieties that stays green. Grow about 10 cm tall but with much more light remains low. Cryptocoryne Lucens: Identical to Parva, but with more narrow elongated leaf and rounded tip, sometimes in the aquarium can take more dark or sometimes stays green, it becomes higher then parva. Reproduction and moltipication: Remember that the rhizomes, to find nutrients moving under the sand, sometimes even along the whole tank and then leak out and give birth to a new plant, the same applies to the roots, with inert bottom develop more. At the time of planting it can be divided into 2 or 3 parts depending on the size. Fertilizer and substrate: It is advisable to use gravelit, clay or porous stone as the first layer on the bottom, for better oxygenation and water flow. Then a mineral rich and fertile substrate, we recommend fertilized sand but also inert okay. It can grow in the absence of CO2, but with proper emission of co2 and a strong light, the variety will grow faster, producing visible oxygen from leaves, the so-called pearling. Price for jar about 6/7 € Ideal temperature range: 22°- 28° Celsius Light demand: medium Growth speed: medium / slow PH range: 6 - 7.5 GH range: 7-12 Cultivation difficuly: easy SUBSCRIBE NOW ON YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/AquascapingLab PLANTS FIRM: http://www.troplant.com/ TROPLANT FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Troplant-877966625572836/?fref=ts FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AquascapingLab.info TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AquascapingLab INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/aquascapinglab Aquascaping Lab is a channel dedicated to the world of aquariums, where you can find tutorials, reviews, info, tips and experiences shared by experts in the field of aquascaping. The topics covered are: - Aquascaping in oriental design (Takashi Amano style), various habitats and fitting procedure illustrated by means of tutorials. - Productions of marine aquariums, tropical and Mediterranean. - Description and sheets of fish crustaceans molluscs invertebrates and corals in saltwater and freshwater. - Description and data sheets of plants and mosses. - Review of technical material and products as Askoll Sera, Ehiem, Tetra, JBL, Friskies and others. - Tips and tricks for starting, cleaning and maintenance of an aquarium: sheets of the materials used.

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aquascaping Lab by Tommaso Perini and Serena Sacchi, presents a video on description and management of aquatic plant Cryptocoryne describing more variety ( Cryptocoryne Petchii, Cryptocoryne Beckettii, Cryptocoryne Nevilli, Cryptocoryne Wenditii red, Cryptocoryne Undulata red, Cryptocoryne Tropica, Cryptocoryne Parva, Cryptocoryne Lucens). It comes from Araceae family and the origins are from Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka and the New Guinea. They are made of many rhizomes from which start the leaves, there are many varieties, each with its different morphology, however, talking about this aspect, the most important feature is the ability to adapt, is an aquatic varieties resistant to all types of waters, alkaline and acid. In the aquarium, it can happen that the crypto lose all the leaves, and then regenerate from rhizomes in a totally different color. They change their appearance depending on the condition, for example, with so much light are darken and grow bushier and low, with no much light instead get longer and brighter. Cryptocoryne is a slow-growing variety and being from Araceae family like Anubias, are very similar but the main difference is that the cryptocoryne are not epiphytes, so you cant positioned on driftwood or rocks, they need for this reason a substrate. Cryptocoryne Petchii: Crypto can exceed 15 cm high with spear-shaped leaves, if kept in good light and nutrients develops a very pronounced red. Cryptocoryne beckettii: Very similar to Petchii but in reduced form, about half, if kept well with a good light and nutrients becomes dark red almost reddish brown, even the leaf is reduced, not only the height. Cryptocoryne Nevilli: Initially on the green, very high, can easily reach 15 cm, has a little narrow and elongated leaf with a rounded tip, it can also take on a more dark color on the leaves. Cryptocoryne Wenditii red and Undulata red: They are very similar in a submerged form, Undulata red becomes more reddish while the first develops a dark red more accentuated on the stems, both varieties are high and develop wavy leaves in the leaf edges. Onlywhen you buy you can see the difference; the leaf of red Wenditii has the tip more rounded, while the undulata has the pointed leaf. Cryptocoryne Tropica: This kind of Cryptocoryne has reduced size, not more than 10 cm, brown, broad-leaved and bolted. Cryptocoryne Parva: Rounded and with a small leaf shaped like spades, the leaf remains green and small, and is one of the varieties that stays green. Grow about 10 cm tall but with much more light remains low. Cryptocoryne Lucens: Identical to Parva, but with more narrow elongated leaf and rounded tip, sometimes in the aquarium can take more dark or sometimes stays green, it becomes higher then parva. Reproduction and moltipication: Remember that the rhizomes, to find nutrients moving under the sand, sometimes even along the whole tank and then leak out and give birth to a new plant, the same applies to the roots, with inert bottom develop more. At the time of planting it can be divided into 2 or 3 parts depending on the size. Fertilizer and substrate: It is advisable to use gravelit, clay or porous stone as the first layer on the bottom, for better oxygenation and water flow. Then a mineral rich and fertile substrate, we recommend fertilized sand but also inert okay. It can grow in the absence of CO2, but with proper emission of co2 and a strong light, the variety will grow faster, producing visible oxygen from leaves, the so-called pearling. Price for jar about 6/7 € Ideal temperature range: 22°- 28° Celsius Light demand: medium Growth speed: medium / slow PH range: 6 - 7.5 GH range: 7-12 Cultivation difficuly: easy SUBSCRIBE NOW ON YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/AquascapingLab PLANTS FIRM: http://www.troplant.com/ TROPLANT FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Troplant-877966625572836/?fref=ts FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AquascapingLab.info TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AquascapingLab INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/aquascapinglab Aquascaping Lab is a channel dedicated to the world of aquariums, where you can find tutorials, reviews, info, tips and experiences shared by experts in the field of aquascaping. The topics covered are: - Aquascaping in oriental design (Takashi Amano style), various habitats and fitting procedure illustrated by means of tutorials. - Productions of marine aquariums, tropical and Mediterranean. - Description and sheets of fish crustaceans molluscs invertebrates and corals in saltwater and freshwater. - Description and data sheets of plants and mosses. - Review of technical material and products as Askoll Sera, Ehiem, Tetra, JBL, Friskies and others. - Tips and tricks for starting, cleaning and maintenance of an aquarium: sheets of the materials used.

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Donaths Dichtung Allmachtsphantasien
Donaths Dichtung Allmachtsphantasien - 3 years ago
nice! see more about emersed culture of cryptocorynen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-JfygrOuqU&t=1s
future 35
future 35 - 3 years ago
Volevo farvi una domanda è possibile far crescere le piante acquatiche con i semi?
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 3 years ago
si, col metodo dry start, ne parleremo tranquillo :-) visita i nostro sito www.aquascapinglab.com
Nicola  Porcu
Nicola Porcu - 3 years ago
va bene come fondo per le crypto della sabbia nera vulcanica(0,2-0,5 mm)? con magari l'aggiunta di pastiglie fertilizzanti fra le radici?
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 3 years ago
si si benissimo
ALIVE FISH official
ALIVE FISH official - 3 years ago
Perche le mie cripto perdono tantissime foglie
ALIVE FISH official
ALIVE FISH official - 3 years ago
Aquascaping Lab grazie per la disponibilita! Ma nn sembra Che abbiano fatto lo spoglio dalle foglie
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 3 years ago
ok allora verifica che tutti i vlaori siano giusti e la fornitura di fertilizzante adeguata, nonchè la luce appropriata
ALIVE FISH official
ALIVE FISH official - 3 years ago
Aquascaping Lab circa 30 giorni
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 3 years ago
dipende se le hai inserite da poco o no!!! all inzio lo fanno, sennò non stai rispettando i valori indicati da noi
ManuHell
ManuHell - 3 years ago
Canale bellissimo e ragazza simpaticissima. Bravissimi!
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 3 years ago
Grazie mille!
Ale
Ale - 4 years ago
ragazzi potete fare un video tutorial dove mostrate come allestire un nano acquario per CARIDINE? non so veramente come allestire un caridinaio
Ale
Ale - 4 years ago
Aquascaping Lab grazie per la risposta è perdonatemi per l'orario
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
si si piano piano faremo tutto questa è la playlist degli allestimenti https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-a2Be4a5xlrf5Snct4JsaVqW9bJXoHqJ
lorenzo rozzoni
lorenzo rozzoni - 4 years ago
ciao bellissiomo video

ciao ho il sospetto che la mia platy sia incinta come posso capirlo e quanto devo aspettare prima di metterla nella sala parto?(la metto li perche ancora non ho piante abbastanza folte da nascondere gli avannotti:
-2 anubias
-3 piante a gambo lungo e con molte foglie
-2 piante del tipo criptocorine ma non criptocorine
-1 vallisneria molto grande)

spero rispondiate presto e grazie
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Antonio awm
Antonio awm - 4 years ago
ciao grazie per aver risposto ai mie precendenti commenti,siccome sulle ludwigie ho le foglie piene di alghe nere puntiformi, cosa posso fare (vorrei evitare l antialghe)?grazie in anticipo per la risposta
Antonio awm
Antonio awm - 4 years ago
Aquascaping Lab ma non dite come togliere proprio questo tipo di alghe co il raschietto dalle foglie mica posso toglierle e vorrei evitare l antialghe per via delle caridine
Aquascaping Lab
Alex tal
Alex tal - 4 years ago
brava e carina
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Grazie

10. comment for Aquascaping Lab - CRYPTOCORYNE Aquatic Plant technical description and management (all varieties)

ALIVE FISH official
ALIVE FISH official - 4 years ago
Ciao le mie guppy gravide sono in gestazione da circa 40 giorni! mi sono informato e in genere dura circa 30 - 32 giorni la gravidanza, non riesco a capire il motivo! un grazieee in anticipo
Natura. com
Natura. com - 4 years ago
molto bello e interessante!!
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Grazie
Simo_05 YT
Simo_05 YT - 4 years ago
aquascaping Lab io ho una guppy incinta,sul mio canale trovate un video in cui chiedo tra quanto partorisce.potreste rispondermi voi??
Gerard Ausió i Prat
Gerard Ausió i Prat - 4 years ago
bravo buone leccioni grazie
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Grazie a te
ALIVE FISH official
ALIVE FISH official - 4 years ago
avete qualche consiglio per avviare un acquario al meglio?
Acua CR
Acua CR - 4 years ago
Saludos desde España
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
gracias
Simone Fineschi
Simone Fineschi - 4 years ago
bellissimi video ragazzi. ma avete un negozio?
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Graize mille!! no nessun negozio, apriamo il sito a breve però
Nature Channel
Nature Channel - 4 years ago
La prossima volta potete fare la lobelia cardinalis
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
molto presto!!!!
Rus Mar
Rus Mar - 4 years ago
che significa luce media? quanti watt?
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
dai 0.3 watt/litro ai 0.5 watt/litro
Gianluca De Conno
Gianluca De Conno - 4 years ago
bello!

20. comment for Aquascaping Lab - CRYPTOCORYNE Aquatic Plant technical description and management (all varieties)

franco piero
franco piero - 4 years ago
mi si riempiono di alghe
franco piero
franco piero - 4 years ago
Aquascaping Lab lo so ,tuttavia non riesco a trovare un rimedio alle alghe,i valori sono perfetti,neon nuovi,filtro okay,poco cibo,non riesco a capire
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
il porblema non è della pianta ma della gestione della vasca, ecco il video sulle alghe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5iF5w_Cbuc&list=PL-a2Be4a5xloNZh0U04p_L0ymhB0sWtYj&t=1s&index=12
AmirulHZ
AmirulHZ - 4 years ago
superb as always, full of informations.. love da crypts, easy plants lovely textures & not demanding
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
thank you!
Filipe Neto
Filipe Neto - 4 years ago
https://youtu.be/EmWwo_TfXOI Será que ficaria boa nesse nano? Um abraço do Brasil.
Renzo Vigone
Renzo Vigone - 4 years ago
potreste dirmi se per un oscar sono meglio radici o rocce
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
vanno bene entrambi
Rynn Tinn
Rynn Tinn - 4 years ago
Thank you so much for the english subtitles!
Dark_ diego
Dark_ diego - 4 years ago
Primo!!!
Gianluuu 770
Gianluuu 770 - 4 years ago
Bello
Aquascaping Lab
Aquascaping Lab - 4 years ago
Grazie

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