Homalomena sp. “Sekadua South” is a variety reportedly discovered in Borneo according to one source! Reportedly grows only to 4″ in height, although leaves may be longer than that!. Not much else is readily available about this plant and its origins.
Plants from the genus Homalomena are making their way into the aquarium and vivarium trade. These are aroids, and many can be grown either terrestrially or aquatically; I actually grow a couple of unnamed/NOID forms in my office vivariums with Ranitomeya dart frogs, rooted right into the ABG-type substrate! Some varieties are even grown as houseplants. Ultimately highly versatile, Homalomena are undemanding in terms of light and somewhat slower growing, similar to Anubias and Bucephalandra, which may be more familiar to aquarists and vivarium keepers at this point in time!