Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Anubias

Aquatic Mag exclusively grows Anubias within the most ideal submersed conditions; thusly having a less chance of melting once you plant it into your tank opposed to some other aquarium shops and nurseries. Get more information info down the page on Anubias

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  • Anubias Barteri Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias Barteri

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  • Anubias Hastifolia aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias Hastifolia

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  • Anubias Minima aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias Minima

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  • Anubias Nana aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias Nana

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  • Anubias Nana Gold Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - Aquaticmag

    Anubias Nana Gold

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  • Anubias Nana Marbled Variegated Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - Aquaticmag

    Anubias Nana Marble Variegated

    $114.00
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  • Anubias Nana Micro Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - Aquaticmag

    Anubias Nana Micro

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  • Anubias Nana 'Petite' aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias Nana Petite

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  • Anubias Nana Snow White Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - Aquaticmag

    Anubias Nana Snow White

    $125.00
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  • Anubias sp. 'Coffefolia' Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - AquaticMag

    Anubias sp. Coffeefolia

    $25.00
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  • Anubias Stardust Aquatic plant for sale and where to buy - Aquaticmag

    Anubias Stardust

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Know Your Anubias

Anubias is a great aquatic plant for foreground as well as midground. Typically attached to hardscapes like wood and rocks, it thrives having its rhizomes out of the substrate. Most Anubias fall in the range of low light conditions and prefer to be in more shady areas of the aquarium. This is due to their leaves being prone to green spot algae overtime. Anubias reacts poorly to excel; typically melting the leaves. While some hobbyists say Anubias don’t respond to Co2 addition, we have seen optimal growth from introducing Co2 in our growing tanks.

Anubias Propagation

Anubias is a bit different to propagate compared to other aquatic plants. It is a rhizome and will grow out from either side creating new leaves along the way. To propagate, you can cut the rhizome in smaller portions (typically with 3+ leaves) using a razor blade. We suggest cutting in a 45 degree angle and one slice method. Once split into two, you can now tie both pieces of anubias to your hardscapes and let them grow out.