Inside Plants Low Light “Anubias Pynaertii”

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Inside Plants Low Light “Anubias Pynaertii” – Anubias pynaertii is a species of plant of the genus Anubias. It first described scientifically by Émile Auguste Joseph De Wildeman in 1910, based on material collected in Zaire by Léon Auguste Edouard Joseph Pynaert. This plant grows in places that are damp, shady and plants also bloom throughout the year.
Inside Plants Low Light Anubias Pynaertii

Inside Plants Low Light “Anubias Pynaertii”

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  • Kingdom: Plantae
  • Order: Alismatales
  • Family: Araceae
  • Genus: Anubias
  • Binomial Name: Anubias pynaertii De Wildeman.
  • Common Name: Anubias Pynaertii
  • Native To: Gabon, Congo and Zaire
  • Place in Aquarium: Foreground, Midground and Background
  • Propagation: Rizhome
  • Leaf Stem: Up to 45 cm
  • Leaves: Up to 29 cm long and up to 14 cm broad
  • Recommended Tank Size: 300 Litre
  • Lighting Demands: Low or medium
  • Recommended Substrate: Bogwood or Rocks
  • Temperature in Centigrade: 20 – 30 degree C
  • Temperature in Fahrenheit: 68 – 86 F
  • Ph: 5.60 – 8.00
  • Water Hardness (dGH): 6.00 – 18.00 dGH
  • Difficulty: Easy
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