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Anubias nana 'Golden Petite'
Anubias nana 'Golden Petite'
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Anubias nana 'Golden Petite'

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Anubias varieties are undemanding, easy to maintain, and grow well in mildly shaded areas of your tank. Anubias comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and therefore can accommodate almost any sized tank. Their light and carbon dioxide demands are low, however increases in these parameters will result in faster growth. As rhizomatous plants they will grow best when attached to stones or wood with their rhizome and roots above the substrate. If you do wish to plant them directly into the substrate, avoid burying the rhizome to ensure your plant does not rot. These plants are easily propagated by dividing the rhizome into separate pieces. New growth will begin at leaf nodes along the rhizome, so ensure each piece has a minimum of two nodes. These plants will thrive both submerged in an aquarium or emersed in a terrarium.

 

Anubias nana 'Golden Petite':

  • Has vibrant lime green leaves
  • Originates from Central Africa, however it is often farmed in Asia
  • Is also known as Anubias barteri var nana 'Golden Petite' 
  • Can be attached to a rock or piece of wood using thread, twist ties, zip ties, or super glue
  • Can be planted in shadier areas of the tank to avoid algae buildup
  • CO2 injection and high quality aquarium substrate will increase growth

 

 

 Type: Rhizomatous
Growth rate: Slow
Height: 5 - 15 cm
Ideal pH: 5.5 - 8
Light Requirements: Medium
CO2 Requirements: Low
Ideal Placement: Mid to foreground 
Difficulty: Easy