04-25-2011, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by iamgray
Anubias barteri... not sure how big it ends up getting, but the one I've got is pretty small... they are slow growing and don't need tons of light.
edit: Also, the leaves are pretty tough so they are unlikely to be eaten by fish.
Great suggestion! I was going to say the samething. Anubias don't grow fast, or big but depends on the kind of plant you get. However, there is a down side to slow growing plants like the Anubias.. and that is they are very likely to have algae growth. Make sure to either have them in a spot with little-moderate water movement, or little light. I found that my Anubias has very very little algae growth from time to time.. and my Red Wagtails love picking it off. lol.