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About 1 year ago from one mother plant bucephalandra appeared several branches rhizoma with suspicious leaf (a little white spot).
I finally split the rhizome to about 8 stems with variegated leaf mutation (leaf spots appear white).

Now it seems stable around 40 stems, some stems have been tried with different media and conditions for a few months persists its variegated white spots.

Currently, some stems mutations show a more perfect variegated with white full leaf (full white metallic).

mutation may remain stable ... strong gene can be cool:D:D:D

This photo comparison between normal and variegated leaf bucephalandra
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