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Announcement New Expert in Residence - Harry Hans on Bucephalandra

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    I'm so pleased to announce that Mr. Harry Hans (@RareAquaticPlants) has agreed to join us as our Bucephalandra Expert in Residence. We've created a new forum exclusively to learn and discuss Buces - The World of Bucephalandra.

    Harry has been aquascaping and growing Bucephalandra since 2006. His grandparents lived in Borneo, which is where his father was born. He has always been into botany since he was a kid and became more interested in aquatic plants 20 years ago, particularly with Bucephalandra, and other plants from Borneo, and mosses, fissidens and aquatic ferns.

    He will NO DOUBT add to the collective knowledge of our growing family. I am so looking forward to understand Buces more and seeing some eye candy from around this great world of ours.

    Welcome Harry! Thanks for joining our growing family!
     
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