Hello all. It's true that C. thaianum is not pictured on the PBS wiki, but another aquatic species, C. calamistratum, is. The pictures provide a good indication of how these submerged aquatics grow. Eugene Zielinski Augusta, GA USA > [Original Message] > From: James Waddick > To: Pacific Bulb Society > Date: 8/24/2011 8:10:35 PM > Subject: [pbs] Crinum thaianum > > Dear Friends, > I was in a large pet Warehouse store today on another errand, > when I saw a shelf of Aquarium plants so had to stop. There were > bulbs labelled "Onon Plant - Crinum thaianum". They were $ 4 or 5 > each. > > But what were they and will any Crinum tolerate growing submerged? > > It sort of looked like C. americanum, but not enough. Bulbs > were about 1 inch in diameter. Leaves thick and slightly twisted. I > wouldn't even bet that it is a Crinum. > > It is not on the PBS wiki and although there are lots of > Google 'hits', none answer a few basic questions. > > So what do our Crinum experts have to guess?