I have much type of Buce, like Sekadau, Pinoh, and so on, but all buce very diffrent with this plants.
This plants grew on the rock on the side creek.
Thanks to all for reply.
Originally Posted by miremonster
It would be fine if Dr. Peter C. Boyce could examine the plant.
The reason for my doubt is the nervature of the leaves. Bucephalandras with narrow leaves, such as "Sekadau 1", have few lateral nerves almost parallel to the midrib of the leaf. The plant from Central Kalimantan has quite many lateral nerves, in an acute angle to the midrib.
@Sahal: Surely the plant grew on rock in or close to a stream or fast-flowing river, am I right?