The habitat of Cryptocoryne hudoroi Bogner & Jacobsen
Takashige Idei, Osaka, Japan
Legends to: The habitat of Cryptocryne hudoroi, Takashige Idei, Osaka, Japan - Aqua Planta 31 (4): 141, 151- 161 (2006)
Page 151. The tree-bordered banks of the tributaries of the Sungai Jorong is a typical habitat for Cryptocoryne hudoroi. Photo T. Idei.
Page 152 top. In the rapids Cryptocoryne hudoroi grow in remarkable dense stands (B-07). Photo T. Idei.
Page 152 bottom. An uprooted plant of Cryptocoryne hudoroi with leaves of a length of more than 50 cm (B-07). Photo T. Idei.
Page 153. Cryptocoryne hudoroi may grow in very dense stands, where the rhizomes and roots form a very dense fibrous mass (B-07). Photo H. Budianto.
Page 154, 155. The spathes of Cryptocoryne hudoroi are basically cream yellow, and often with purple spots in the tube opening (B-07). Photo T. Idei.
Page 156 top. A collection of spathe limbs of Cryptocoryne hudoroi showing different spiral coiling (B-07). Photo T. Idei.
Page 156 bottom. In Sungai Ahan Cryptocoryne hudoroi may form dense stands on stony banks in the river bed (AM- 01). Photo H. Budianto.
Page 157. A dense submerged stand of Cryptocoryne hudoroi (AM-01). Photo H. Budianto
Page 158. Cryptocoryne hudoroi in low water with a spathe emerging from the water (AM-01). Photo T. Idei.
Page 159. Hendra Budianto showing a stand of emerged, flowering specimens of Cryptocoryne hudoroi on a gravel-sand bank in Sg. Ahan (Am-01). Photo H. Budianto.
Page 160. The emerged stand of Cryptocoryne hudoroi with many protruding spathes (AM-01). Photo H. Budianto.
Page 161. Plants from the three localities (left to right): North of Sungei Kupang (ME-01), Mehakit (ME-02), and Kandagan (AM-01). Photo H. Budianto.