TC Epiphytes / Mossess, Anubias & Ferns
Anubias Glabra (CUP)
Common Name: Anubias Glabra Anubias Barteri Glabra is a variant in the Anubias family that is of medium size. Hailing from streams in the rainforest of West Africa, there are many varieties of Anubias Glabra. This aquatic plant features narrow and wavy lanceolate leaves with the signature green ...
Common Name: Mini Bolbitis, Bolbitis Heteroclita Difformis Mini Bolbitis is a small leaf variant of Bolbitis Heudelotii. It’s a slow growing fern that can be grown submerged or emsersed. Like Java Ferns, Anubias and Buce, the rhizomes can be attached directly onto wood or rock. Larger plants can ...
Anubias barteri var. nana "Petite" TC
Anubias nana (Anubias barteri var. “Nana” petite) is a well-known variant of Anubias nana that is well known in the aquarium hobby due to its attractive appearance, durability, and ease of care. Its thick, deep green leaves stand out and provide valuable refuge for aquatic animals. Like virtua...
Epiphytes are aquarium plants such as Anubias, Bucephalandra and more that propagate differently when compared to stem plants. The plants in this section do not need to be planted in aquarium soil and can be attached to hardscape or aquarium decor. This section will also contain moss, which is not an epiphyte but can be attached to aquarium decor and hardscape!
They are typically low tech and rather hardy, but care should be taken to do additional research to ensure it thrives in your setup!
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