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    Re: Bucephalandra Club

    My collections updated... :-)

    Sintang, Sekadau, Sanggau, Melawi


    Lamandau: small green, small purple, giant purple, etc. So many variants in one location.


    Lamandau giant purple, I found these giant clumps 20x18cm. 150+ stalks / rhizomes / plants

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    Very beautiful plants indeed !

    In the photos of the submersed form the many little white dots on the leaf surface are those due to pearling ?

    Will the leaf change from emersed to submersed growth ?

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    The little white dots are more visible in submers forms - on the emers are not so intensive or sometimes just not exist. The old emersed leaves are not changing under the water - always are still the same - only new young submersed leaves growing usually more colorfull and beauty.

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    What are the white dots? I thought they are tiny O2 bubbles from photosynthesis, are they not ?
    Very impressive photo you took too.

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    No, this is not O2 This is characteristic of plant from the araceae family. You can see it even in Anubias but not so intensive. See all my photos - good macro camera show you that better than a normal digital photos. Here you can see green, old and probably emersed leaves with no dots, and new, more colorful submersed leaves with many dots:

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    lajiaorongcn could you reply to my answer at flickr?

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    My explorer friend recently found specimens of bucephalandra with beautiful yellow spathe so I thought I will share the photograph here with all of you:




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    SOLID BLUE

    A variety of medium size with a wonderful intense blue color, contracting along the leaf veins - in this case I think the trade name is correctly. Leaves slightly wavy at the edges, large, placed on short stems. The average growth rate - although I guess that should speed up if will get more leaves (as was the case with Kualakuayan2 which got "kick" with more leaves). Traditional parameters like all my bucephalandra:

    GH 8
    KH 6
    pH 6.5
    światło >0.7W/L
    Co2 z butli + EC
    Fertilizer by EI, exchange water - 30% per once a week



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    COPPER
    One of my favorite varieties in terms of coloration - leaves shimmer in all colors of the rainbow - colors change with viewing angle - picture does not fully reflect this "miraculous". Young leaves reddish, turning green, with age yielding blue sheen. The oldest leaves sparkle with metallic purple (all the leaves are visible in the photo). Belongs to the small variety. I also have another specie with a similar name "Copper Leaf" - for a long time I thought that they are one and the same but now I realizes that vary in size and color.


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    SUPER BLUE

    A variety of medium size with a wonderful intense blue color, contracting along the leaf veins - in this case I think the trade name is correctly. Leaves slightly wavy at the edges, large, placed on short stems. The average growth rate - although I guess that should speed up if will get more leaves (as was the case with Kualakuayan2 which got "kick" with more leaves). Traditional parameters like all my bucephalandra:

    GH 8
    KH 6
    pH 6.5
    światło >0.7W/L
    Co2 z butli + EC
    Fertilizer by EI, exchange water - 30% per once a week



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    blue variants also. ^^ from Melawi area.



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    Hello friends,
    Please let me share a little follow-up collection

    I have several variants of Species Nanga Pinoh commonplace in the market known as the Superblue

    Species nangapinoh it has some different variants. I tried to divide it by a large, leaf shape and the name given by the pursuer


    Superblue # I
    Mini size,horisontal rosette growth
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344809638.023908.jpg

    round leaf form&emersed color is light Green ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344809777.276074.jpg

    new/Submersed leaf color is brown metalic ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344809858.126767.jpg

    Superblue #2 ...
    to be continued

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    Sp Nango pinoh Superblue #2
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344810257.310274.jpg
    the shape of the leaf is just like anubias minima
    the upwater color is dark brown blueis and under water color is dark green blueish.
    these are my superblue II with 12k Kelvin Lamp
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344810563.201131.jpg
    and these are mine with 6400k Kelvin lamp.
    [spoiler=superblue II] coming soon
    [/spoiler]

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    Sp Nangopinoh Superblue #3
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344811939.686510.jpg
    difference with the previous one superblue is much thinner leaves. wave leaves a smaller but highly visible tetal
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344812262.060402.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344812343.380248.jpg
    as you all can see, this is wild cought on fully submerged leaft form the undeewate sunmerge leaf from my tank.
    will abailable upon requesr

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    Re: Bucephalandra Club

    If I wish to purchase these Bucephalandra species in Singapore, where may I find them? Will the flowering type flower less easily if they are grown submerged?

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    Try at GC-shop :-)

    Yes, they do flowering easily when grown submersed too...

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