bsmith is your bucephalandra is not a Kapit? No Kampit? From one person who collect Bucephalandra in nature i know that small bucephalandra (KayuLapis, Sekadau1) growing in river, large bucephalandra (Sanggau, Sekadau2) growing in rocks, and goes underwater for a short time when is raining. When large bucephalandra goes underwater has produce a small leaves and this small size can be maintained in water for a long time. So some of buce growing underwater, some growing over so then should primarily feed from their root system if it not in a water. In many asian shop you could also see picture of bucephalandra in flowerpot and I suspect that their store bucephalandra in this form or even cultivate.
Last edited by vasteq; 07-13-2011 at 06:18 PM..