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Bucephalandra Brownie Red Coin - Tissue Culture Cup

Bucephalandra Brownie Red Coin was discovered in one of the world's longest island rivers, The Kapuas River in Borneo Island, Indonesia. When growing above water, it has a beautiful red stem and brown leaf. This is a beautiful Bucephalandra species for any aquarium fish tank and aquascape design.

Bucephalandra takes a very long time to develop into a thick, compact carpet over rocks, woods in nature. Because of the popularity of the Bucephalandra species. It has been heavily taken from the wild and Bucephalandra species on its way of distinction. Here at Aquarium Plants Factory, we are committed to providing Farm-raised and Tissue Culture Bucephalandra species to save the forest and protect the nature river, rainforest in Indonesia. 
      Pictures are not the actual plants you will receive, but a sample representation. Unless specific, we don't guarantee aquatic plants will be grow emerged, or submerge.
      Scientific name: Bucephalandra
      Common name: Bucep / Buce Plants
      Rank: Genus
      Higher classification: Schismatoglottideae
      CO2: Recommended
      Growth Rates: Slow
      Difficulty Level: Beginner
      Nutrient Substrate: Not Required
      Lighting Requirements: Medium-High

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        Tasty
        Healthy Buce

        These cups came in very healthy and stayed that way for a few months, but I'm lazy and I didn't get them into the tank in time(at least two months).
        Even after the abuse, a few pieces made it. Not quite as many clusters as the Lamdau, but still a great deal. Just don't be lazy like me and take care of
        your TC cups properly XD

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        Ryan Schall
        WOW I NEED MORE

        This was the best cup ever!! I will order more plants no doubt.