Bucephalandra is a member of the Araceae family, found growing in isolated spots on a few tropical islands. Bucephalandra can grow emersed or submersed equally well, but some species transform more easily than others. The submersed form is more colorful and has a very refined look and occasionally will flower. The ideal use for the plant is attached to hardscape either wood or stone to add color, texture and a natural look to the aquascape. Bucephalandra is still a very rare plant that should be cherished. All bucep are considered easy plants to grow, but to grow well and to maximize its potential, fertilization, co2 supplementation and good water quality are necessary.
A smaller size bucep that is extremely new and rare. The oval leaves are a rusty color, new growth is bright red. Is a keeper in ny private collection