Anubias barteri Petite

  • Dimensions: Maximum height 10cm
  • Model: 101h
  • Origin: Cultivated
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Anubias sp. ‘Petite’ is a mutation which appeared in cultivation at the Oriental aquarium plant nursery in Singapore. Grows very slowly, and can be difficult to keep in healthy growth, Staying less than 5 cm tall and with a rhizome from 5-10 cm or more.

It is most decorative when attached to stones or roots, and like other Anubias should be attached with fishing line until it gains a hold. A speciality plant which is ideal for miniature landscapes in small aquariums.

Plant information:

  • Type: Rhizomateous
  • Origin: Cultivated
  • Growth rate: Slow
  • Size: 3-5cm +

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by Nathan C.
Arrived in excellent condition, the rhizome was large enough and had so many leaves that I could comfortably split it into three. It has taken very well to the tank

by Candice D.
Very good quality!

by David G.
Great little plant, very versatile and excellent for filling in small spaces, plant was nice and healthy and continues to thrive.

by David G.
Excellent specimen. Was very small, which was exactly what I wanted to fill a gap in my aquascape.

by Stephen C.
Very healthy plant

by Dennis v.
Great looking plant, lots of leaves.

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How many leave on a tree?


Very similar to the picture atm

Is this the same plant as the one shown in the video under description? Will the leaves stay nice and small?



How many plants to a pot


Picture is very similar to what you will receive

would this be suitable in a goldfish aquarium or would they just quickly eat it?


I doubt they'd eat it - tough leaves 

Can these be split before planting?


Often not

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