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Bucephalandra species

Discussion in 'Bucephalandra' started by -serok-, May 25, 2014.

  1. -serok-

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    Hi there!

    By now everybody should know the new and beautifull plantspecies of Bucephalandra. It's a nice, undemanding, slow growing plant with many different, colorfull species. Sometimes it seems to me that the different species and their different names are uncountable.

    In this thread you can show your Bucephalandra species. It would be nice, if you can write some details about size, color, leaf shape, growth and the conditions that you keep to have the plant growing.
     
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  2. Jason King

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    Such a nice plant as it reminds me of a crypt x annubias. I did think about buying a few a while back but being rare they cost more so if and when I do I need to research them more.

    Would love to know more about them if anyone can post more Info this would be great :D
     
  3. Karthik

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    Hi All,

    My Bucephalandra Sp. "Mini Brownie"

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    This is going submerged after growing emersed all the while. Wish me luck, guys.

    Cheers,

    Karthik
     
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    Good luck;)
     
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  5. Keith

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    I normally tied plants on with Nylon fishing line as it does not break down, am I correct in saying it looks like string you are using if so how lone will it last before it breaks down.

    Keith:cathug::cathug:
     

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