Anubius can be found growing in rivers, streams and marshes in the tropics and are sold as aquatic plants for aquarium and terrarium. They produce broad, thick, dark leaves that come in many different forms. In aquariums, they are usually attached to rocks or bogwood. They prefer subdued lighting and can also produce flowers underwater. If growing in an aquarium they should be placed in shaded areas, otherwise algae will develop on the leaves. Anubias gracilis is hardy and sturday. It bears 5-10 cm big triangular leaves with long leaf stems, making it one of the most elegant anubias

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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