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Flowering Anuba

Discussion in 'Planted Aquariums' started by mountain_webste, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. mountain_webste

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    I've only had live plants for about 1 yr. Is this anuba flowering? Is this good/bad/irrelevant? First time its done this. IMG_3259.JPG

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    jbradt this is bat country

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    Congrats! That's definitely an anubias flower. It's a good thing. It means the plant is happy!
     
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    Cool, good to hear. That poor anubia (along with many of my other plants) was pretty covered with a black algae. I'd added three ottos a few months ago and they went to town. No more algae on any of my plants!
     
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    Lucky you! Mine flowered once in the last 3 years. It still grows but just doesn't flower anymore. Likely because I have minimal light, even for anubias.
     

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