I would not be surprised if you get a few different answers. The fact only trade names are used makes ID'ing the Bucephalandras rather difficult. Also, there will be a few that look similar (or may be the same plant but under different names).
Unfortunately, I am by no means an expert in the Bucephalandra world. Hopefully someone else can chime in.
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