Bucephalandra sp. Brownie

Bucephalandra is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. Its name derives from the greek word Bull’s head due to its horn shaped antlers. The plants are typically found growning in dense mats over stones in streams.

Bucephalandra sp Brownie was one of the first to enter the hobby trade and has since been further classified into many individual species.

Here are some shining examples of how Bucephalandra sp Brownie become such phenomenon in the trade. Special thanks to Vasteq for the near decade in plant collection and documenting for which we are most grateful.

Bucephalandra sp Brownie Brown

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Bucephalandra sp Brownie Red courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/VasteqPlants

In the hand

Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Red courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/VasteqPlants

Bucephalandra sp Brownie Helena courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/VasteqPlants

Bucephalandra sp Brownie Jade courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/VasteqPlants

Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Helena courtesy of ak27@aquaforum.ua

Other varieties include:

Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Blue
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Blue Initial
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Brown
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Ghost
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Helena
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Jade
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Kapuas Hulu
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Metallica
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Phantom
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Phoenix
Bucephalandra sp. Brownie Purple

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