Cryptocoryne ciliata (Roxburgh) Schott

 

       
       
   
Thailand.
photo Jacobsen
Thailand. Inflorescence from the locality at left.
photo Jacobsen
   
Papua New Guinea (PNG). Emersed specimen of C. versteegii (left) and a broad leafed type of C. ciliata (foreground right) growing together in the Kikory River.
photo Bruce Hansen
PNG. On the tidal mud banks near Kikory grows a narrow leafed form of C. ciliata. The plants are quite tall, up to 1 meter. Note the leaf of the Nypa palm, restricted to brackish water.
photo Bruce Hansen
PNG. The two forms of C. ciliata from Kikory. The coin in the middle is an Australian dollar (2.5 cm diameter)
photo Bruce Hansen
PNG. C. ciliata near Kikory growing submersed.
photo Bruce Hansen
   
Singapore, Upper Thomson
photo Chan
Singapore, Upper Thomson
photo Chan
   
       
       
   
Vietnam. Wilfried Maesen (Belgium) collected C. ciliata in the Mekong delta in Vietnam. Note the big Nypa palms, which are typical for the brackish water in the tidal area.
photo Maesen
Vietnam. another locality in the Mekong delta. No inflorescences from Vietnam are known today.
photo Maesen