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Bucephalandra Achilles Green

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Bucephalandra Achilles Green (Bucep / Buce plant) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. There are more than 30 species of Bucephalandra which have been discovered mostly by S.Y. Wong and P.C. Boyce. Most of the species are found in Borneo. Bucephalandra is usually found growing as dense mats over stones or rocks in streams or rivers in moist tropical forests. The colors of the leaf range from dark blue to green, often with white, yellow, red tinges or spots on the back of the leaves. Bucephalandra grows best when attached to the stone, rock, or driftwood.
  • Sold as a Bunched Plants or Potted Plants.
  • BUY 2 GET 1 FREE* - Simply buy in 2 quantities, we will automatically send you 1 extra for free on eligible purchases. Offer valid on the same type of plant and in the same transaction only. Restriction applied.
  • Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation.
    Scientific name: Bucephalandra
    Common name: Bucep / Buce plants
    Rank: Genus
    Higher classification: Schismatoglottideae
    CO2: Not Required
    Growth Rates: Slow-Medium
    Difficulty Level: Beginner
    Nutrient Substrate: Not Required
    Lighting Requirements: Low-High

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 3 reviews

      Love these!!! I bought 2 Achilles Green for $10/each during the Buy 2 Get 1 Free promotion and received three very healthy rhizomes with tons of leaves. Currently quarantining them but have seen no signs of trouble. They now have a little algae on the leaves in the photo, but that's only from my QT tank.

      Great plant for my gravel tank.

      My tank started off as a ornament tank. I gave some hardy plants a try with no substrate. This is one you can count on.

      Great Value

      2 individual plants per "bunch". With the sale and promotion, it is hard to beat the price for buying Bucephalandra Skeleton King aka Bucephalandra Achilles.