Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root

Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root
Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root

Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root

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Anubias Heterophylla Lanceolata Bare Root LIVE AQUARIUM PLANT

ANUBIAS HETEROPHYLLA LANCEOLATA (Anubias heterophylla "Lanceolata") is a species that has potential for rather large growth. Like virtually all Anubias plants, it is extremely hardy, undemanding, and can thrive in a variety of water parameters. It has long, pointed leaves that are different than several other related species & varieties. It is slow-growing and can thrive in a low-light, low-tech setup.

Care for Anubias Lanceolata is identical to other Anubias plants. Its ideal placement in the aquarium is in the midground to background, and it will look best under low to moderate lighting. Excessive lighting can result in unattractive, pesky algae growth on its leaves. However, this algae growth can easily be kept under control in an aquarium with a healthy population of shrimp (especially Amano Shrimp) that will constantly graze on the algae without harming the plant itself. Most herbivorous animals will not harm Anubias Lanceolata whatsoever, although some bio-film or "wood-eating" Panaque genus plecos may "chew" holes in its leaves. Larger crayfish species can also be a threat.

Like many Anubias species, this plant is slow & steady in growth & does not seem to respond significantly to CO2 supplementation. It best thrives when attached to driftwood or rockwork. This plant can be planted in the substrate, but its rhizome (roots) must not be buried in the substrate because it will rot and recede. It can also be planted emersed in terrariums, paludariums, and vivariums.

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What We Like About This Plant:

šŸŒŸ Extremely versatile and durable
šŸŒŸ Thrives when tied/attached to aquarium driftwood and rockwork
šŸŒŸ Long, pointed leaves
šŸŒŸ Less common than many other Anubias plants
šŸŒŸ Requires low to moderate lighting and little to no supplementation in nutrient-rich water

Care Guidelines:

šŸŒŸ Care: Easy
šŸŒŸ Temperature: 68Ā° - 86Ā° F (20Ā° - 30Ā° C)
šŸŒŸ Lighting: Low to Moderate
šŸŒŸ Aquarium Placement: Midground to Background

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