Saturday, June 9, 2007

Anubias

Anubias NanaAmong all broad-leaved aquatic plants, Anubias are my longtime favorites. I just loved their thick, dark green leaves, their growing pattern, the way they create amazing lines and dark zones in your aquascapes. Anubias are easy-to-keep (or should I say, hard-to-kill plants) that need little care and maintenance. This image shows Anubias Nana, Anubias Nana ‘Petite’ and Anubias Barteri, dumped in a temporary tank, as their tank is being shifted to my new place! They look little clueless and confused! Right?

6 comments:

nilesh747 said...

This is awesome!
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SAMIT ROY said...

Thanks for your comments!

jack frost said...

hey... nice pics

SAMIT ROY said...

Thanks Jack!

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