Anubias barteri var. nana


Probably the most widely used type of wood in aquatics is the mangrove root. With some of bizarre shapes, many grooves and notches not only look great, but also provide retreats for various aquarium inhabitants. Especially wood-eating fish like catfish love the mangrove wood. A positive aspect is also the release of humic acids - for a particularly natural habitat for our aquarium inhabitants.Anubias barteri var. nana on root is ideal for the foreground to middle ground - depending on the design concept directly in the setup or also as an "upgrade" of an existing underwater landscape




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Plant profile

Genus: Anubias
Species: barteri var.nana
Family: Araceae
Origin: Africa
Light: medium – low
Temperature: 22-28°C
Growth rate: slow
Area: On wood or rock
Height: up to 5 cm
pH: 5-9
Water hardness: very soft to very hard
Co2: 0-10 mg/l
Propagation: rhizome cuttings