- - anubias baby?
|bubbles1 ||05-30-2012 02:57 PM |
today i noticed a tiny lime greenish plant floating about, i wannt say its an anubia nana, i have a anubias nana, java fern/moss and a crypt. i have a few questions regarding it
1 is it and anubias?
2 can i plant it in my pond? or in a cup or bowl until it gets bigger?
thx for all help :)
|Byron ||05-30-2012 03:40 PM |
To my knowledge, Anubias is propogated by cutting off a portion of the rhizome (with a couple or more leaves attached) and placing it elsewhere. The leaf is more likely something else...any chance of a photo?
|Boredomb ||06-01-2012 12:14 PM |
It kinda looks like a baby Java fern to me. Its kinda hard to tell from the pic.
|bubbles1 ||06-01-2012 12:38 PM |
ya ik sorry about that my camera isnt very good :P but im wanna say its a anubias because it kinda has that fat root thing like most anubis have underneath it.. but im just curious how it could of got there :$
|Byron ||06-01-2012 12:58 PM |
Not Anubias, definitely; and while not too easy to see I tend to agree with Boredomb on it being a JF daughter plant. This plant also has a rhizome (the name for what you referred to as the fat root;-)). The rhizome of both plants should not be buried or it may rot. Attach it to rock or wood.
|bubbles1 ||06-01-2012 01:02 PM |
alright.. well what ever it is,its an extra plant :D thanks for the help guys! :)
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