Anubias barteri angustifolia

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Anubias barteri var. angustifolia originates from West Africa and is a beautiful plant with long, narrow leaves. 10-20 cm tall with the rhizome forming 10-15 cm or larger. Anubias barteri var. angustifolia used to be sold as Anubias afzelii, but the latter is actually a much larger species.

It is grown in the same conditions as Anubias barteri var. nana. It is not eaten by herbivorous fish.

Plant information:

  • Origin: Africa
  • Growth rate: Slow
  • Size: 10-15cm and up


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by Stephen D.
as always perfect plants for the aquarium

by David A.
Nice plant in great condition Managed to split into two

by John H.
Fantastic plant received quickly in first class condition with good root growth which made the plant easy to attach to bog wood with plastic electrical cable ties.

by david c.
Beautiful, healthy plants

This plant arrived in good condition and very quickly..

by scott L.
beautiful plant. mature to the pot but not pot bound and I was able to split into two plants that look great in the tank.

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hi is this plant to be added to wood like the other anubias or can it be planted in soil


All anubias needs tying to wood or rock

I do not understand the differences between 'Anubias barteri angustifolia', 'Anubias gilletii', and 'Anubias afzellii'. They all seem to have the same elongated leaves. Could you tell me what their differences are (and their maximum height if possible) ?


There's not much in them - simply different species which has a slight variation on the next.

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