Bucephalandra Brownie Chopper (2" x 2" Portion)

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Portion Size

Approx. 2.0" x 2.0"

Natural History

Bucephalandra is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. There are 30 species of Bucephalandra which have been discovered in Borneo and have been formally described by S.Y. Wong and P.C. Boyce. Most of the species are found in Borneo. Bucephalandra are usually found growing as dense mats over stones or rocks in streams or rivers in moist tropical forest.

Pro Tips

Just like other Buce species, this one is slow growing and works well in low-light planted aquariums and does best when attached to aquarium driftwood or rocks. This can be done by attaching it with super glue gel or thread. Care should be taken to ensure the rhizome is not damaged or buried to prevent root rot.

Type: Rhizomatous
Origin: Borneo
Growth Rate: Slow
Light Demand: Low to Medium
CO2: Low


*Picture shown is for species reference only. Portion size is approximately 2" x 2".