With it's long and wavy leaves, this fave "Buce" is really great for small aquariums. In nature, it occurs as dense mats of growth over stones or rock in forest streams. Hardy and adaptable, you can plant it on rocks or wood, as well as traditional substrates. Perfect for the blackwater biotope, and easy to propagate! Each cup includes a generous starter amount!
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Bucephalandra sp.
ORIGIN: Borneo (endemic)
HEIGHT: Approx. 1"
pH RANGE: 6.0-7.5
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Low
NOTE: WE CANNOT SHIP LIVE AQUATIC PLANTS INTERNATIONALLY AT THIS TIME!
PREP INSTRUCTIONS: Remove culture gel before planting by rinsing the gel away or soaking the plant in water and squeezing the gel off with your fingers.
NEVER dispose of aquatic plants by releasing them into local waterways. Invasive aquatic plants destroy local ecosystems, driving out or killing the native inhabitants. They may also cause damage to local economies. They must be thrown away in a manner that assures they won’t be able to get into your local natural aquatic environment.
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