Monday, August 22, 2011

C. sp. 'Pahang 10, Rompin' unopend spathe and fruit found

Breakfast is always an important meal to eat when you go out for a cryptocoryne searching trip. This is because sometimes after you set off you may not be able to locate a suitable place to have proper lunch along your way.
We went back to Rompin to visit C. sp. 'Pahang 10' and managed to locate a spathe which unfortunately was not opened yet.
Which species do you think these specimens belonged to based on the appearance of the unopened spathe?
We found a fruit too which was quite large in size.
Fortunately this time round we managed to locate a proper stall to have lunch.

1 comment:

Hermes said...

Great post and made me feel hungry!