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[APD] Re: coiled crinum and dwarf sagittaria

Several years ago, I saw an unidentified crinum in a public display  tank.  
It looked like thaianum, but with very coiled and twisted  leaves.  Anyone know 
anything about it?  Kasselman says it's a variety  of thaianum. ( pardon the 
spelling.)  Also, back in the sixties, I was  able to get a dwarf sagittaria 
that was very tough.  It was only about 2  inches tall, and the leaves were 
very sturdy and sharply recurved, often  touching the substrate.  It was very 
prolific.  The only dwarf sags I  have been able to find are larger with thinner 
leaves.  Any feedback?
  Carol Ross
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