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Bucephalandra sp. "Black Leaf"

Aquarium suitability: yes
Usage: Epiphyte (growing on hardscape)
Difficulty: easy
Growth: slow
Range and localities: 

Borneo; exact locality unknown


Height: 5 - 15 cm
Width: 5 - 20 cm

Availability [?]: 
  • rarely or not available commercially
  • rarely or not available from other aquarists

Habit, plant type:

  • rhizome or creeping stem
  • epiphyte or epilith
Major group (unranked): Seed plants: Flowering plants (Angiosperms)
Order: Alismatales
Family: Araceae
Genus: Bucephalandra

Description: 

(not yet translated into English)

References and further reading:
  1. Heiko Muth, personal observations (2015)
Light low to high 

Growth: slow

Propagation: Rhizomteilung, Splitting, cutting off daughter plants

Can grow emersed?: yes

Suited for outdoor cultivation / ponds: no

Winter hardiness: not hardy in Germany

Description: 

(not yet translated into English)

References and further reading:
  1. Heiko Muth, personal observations (2015)
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Description: 

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References and further reading:
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