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Anubias barteri var. nana, especially nana 'petite' is the smallest Anubias available in the aquarium trade and is ideal for small shady tanks, or as a foreground plant in larger set ups. This is a very attractive plant, but is incredibly slow growing, so an initial purchase of several plants is desireable. Like other members of the genus, it is easily attached to rocks or mopani wood; tied in place with fishing line, however it will take some months before the newly grown roots are fully attached.
This species does well in low light conditions, and looks particularly good attached to wood or stones in an African biotope tank, housing a few dwarf cichlids or killifish, accompanied by another African epiphyte Bolbitis heudelotii, and shaded by some floating Nymphaea leaves.