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This small, still rare Anubias is said to be a dwarf form of "Anubias congensis" that is a trading name for Anubias afzelii. It is unknown to us if this "Anubias congensis Mini" actually belongs to A. afzelii. Apparently this plant remains much smaller and has considerably narrower leaves than customary Anubias afzelii. It is about 9 cm tall, and its coarse, dark green leaves have 4-5,5 cm long, 9-11 mm wide blades.
Anubias sp. "Congensis Mini" is stated to be an undemanding, slowly growing plant that can be fastened to the hardscape. It can also be fastened on the ground, but the rhizome should not be buried. Its light demand is low.
With its distinctive leaf shape and low size, this Anubias fits well in the aquarium foreground and also nano aquariums.