Smallest anubias ???

Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by Steve Buce, 17 May 2019.

  1. Steve Buce

    Steve Buce Member

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    Which is the smallest anubias, nana petite, mini, bonsai?

    Im looking for the one with the smallest leaves

    Thanks
     
  2. Siege

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  3. alto

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    Unfortunately it rather depends upon the supplier

    I just unpacked a shipment with Anubias nana petite (Tropica), Singapore sourced Anubias nana, minima, nana bonsai (no detailed supplier information available on these)
    Tropica A n p was by far the smallest leaf
     
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  4. Simon Cole

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    Anubias Pangolino.
    Bucephalandra "mini needle leaves" is smaller than "lamandau mini red", however the latter has a pleasant red colouration and is a great recommendation by Siege.
     
  5. Mick.Dk

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    There are several variaties of Anubias barteri, that are smaller than any of the above mentioned ( Anubias barteri seem to be extreemely prone to doing more or less weird varieties). Problem is, these are usually too willing to switch back to larger leafsize, so they are not suited for commercial production (........yet )
     
  6. Steve Buce

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    Thanks for the replies, have ordered some A.bonsai and some B. Mini needle leaf to give a go
     
  7. Tim Harrison

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    Both nice plants and should grow well in your tanks.
     

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