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Anubias Congensis

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Description

Anubias Congensis 

Anubias Congensis, also known as Congo Anubias, originates from West Africa. This anubias grows tall, and produces on its long stems slender but thick and leathery in appearance leaves. Their unusual shape makes this plant a worthy addition to any aquarium.

Care & Maintenance for Anubias Congensis

Anubias Congensis is a highly adaptable and undemanding aquarium plant. Lighting is not very important and the plant does not have special fertilization requirements. It's a great beginner plant and will grow well in most aquarium setups.

  • Minimum Lighting Required: Moderate
  • Temperature Range: 68-82°F
  • Tank Placement: Midground - Background

Anubias Congensis can be planted in substrate but care should be taken that the rhizome (the thick part of the root system) not be burried, or otherwise the plant will die. It can also be attached to hard surfaces such as rocks or driftwood. Anubias Congensis can be used in tanks with boisterous or herbivorous fish.

Anubias Congensis is also available potted.

Plants at Modern Aquarium

At Modern Aquarium, we strive to bring you healthy, beautiful specimens in every order. While the photos on our website are just examples of what you will receive, we do examine each plant in person before shipping it to you. If you have any questions about what to expect from your order, how to plant your new specimen, or the best starter plants for your tank, reach out to us any time!

Reviews (3)

  • 5
    BEst on line aquatic plants!

    Posted by kellie on 9 Aug 2021

    This anubias is beatiful. Very healthy and lovely in the tank. Will purchase again

  • 4
    Anubias

    Posted by BETHANY FRANCO on 23 Mar 2021

    Plants arrived very healthy, but much smaller than expected. I wish the description had included measurements.

  • 5
    anubias cingensis

    Posted by richard kriete on 4 May 2020

    perfect size and shape