The pH of the water is about 5.5 to 6 and the river bed is made up of a mixture of sand and small rocks / pebbles?
C. striolata could be found growing in sparse patches across the river bed.
The leaves of the C. striolata here have beautiful markings and the underside of the leaves are very reddish in colour.
We found a few unopened as well as opened spathes. The limb of C. striolata's spathe reminded me of that of C. keei if not for the colour difference. As usual, we cut open the kettle of one of the spathe to photograph the female and male portion of the flower.