Overview: Bucephalandra Aridarum sp. is a unique species versus the other new genus of Bucephalandra. It is an endemic plant which means it can only be found naturally in a certain location, which is the island of Borneo. This is a relatively large plant versus other buces but it does come with a price tag. Having said that, the Bucephalandra Aridarum sp. is one of the more rare and unique plants in the aquarium hobby.
Size Portions: Bucephalandra Aridarum sp. is priced per plant
Lighting conditions: Low to Intense
Growth Length: 3-8 inches (leaf length)
Difficulty or care: Medium
Placement in an aquascape: Background
PH: 6.5 – 7.5
Temperature: 65 – 77 F
Reproduction: When a new growth is observed on the main rhizome, cut and remove the roots when they reach maturity. Take these roots and attach them to woods or rocks until they get hold of it.
Growth Rate: Medium