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[AGA Member] Anubias

Faruk wrote:

>> Although the rhizome section is described as horizontal subterranean
stem, we know that Anubias' rhizome section should not be buried. Would
anyone describe why Anubias' rhizome rots due to burying. Why does it need
relatively aerobic conditions? <<

In the wild, Anubias grow in rocky streams, at the water's edge.  There is
not much sediment near the surface, and when the base of the plant is
submerged, the water is often flowing quickly.  So they are highly adapted
to aerobic substrates, unlike many marsh plants which are rooted in thick


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