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Anubias mini coin/tiny??

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants' started by vshrimp, Apr 27, 2017.

  1. vshrimp

    vshrimp New Member

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    Just recently got this anubias in and it's got to be the smallest anubias ever. Leaves are the size of HC!! Asking if anyone has had any info on it. Only thing I'm told was it grows super super slow which makes sense being anubias storing energy in the rhizome and it's rhizome is super tiny. [​IMG]

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  2. Zeus

    Zeus Active Aquascaper

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    Be ideal for a nano tank. Wouldn't mind getting some myself


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  3. vshrimp

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    Great for nanos but guess the price tag lol.

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    Zeus Active Aquascaper

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    You sold your soul to the devil and apon leaving your organic carbon matrix off a body, your soul will be spending eternatity in hell.;)

    If it's slow growing and there's demand like the Buc. Species !!!
    £10 for one


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  5. keithgh

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    Vshrimp

    Its seems you have been able to locate a genuine Anubia nana petite it too me many years to find mine.
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    Its on the DW closest to the centre of the tank, it would be the slowest that little piece was several years old when that picture was taken. Its a Low Tech tank but I have heard that it will grow faster and larger in a High Tech tank, I have no proof of that. I only used Seachem liquid ferts and twice weekly water changes. As its a very slow grower keep a good eye on it for the first sign of Algae. It had to be glued on as it was too small to tie on without damaging the plant.
     
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  6. keithgh

    keithgh Moderator Staff Member

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    Thank you it was my tank until I had to pull it down for health reason only, its also the same photo that was published in an Australian Calendar a few yeas ago.

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    keithgh Moderator Staff Member

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    I was asked if would give permission and take more photos using a different camera and no Photo shopping was permitted, this made it harder to E/m them because of their size.

    You might not realise I will be 80 years young later this year with over 50 years experience with Aquariums from tropical to cold water marine as well as tropical Fresh Water tanks I am now concentrating on Terrascapes.

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    keithgh Moderator Staff Member

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    Like all gardens it requires a re build and I cannot get the necessary plants for at least 8-10 months as we are in our winter now.

    I grew a lot better than I thought I would, all I have to do is replant 80% of the front with young seedlings.

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