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where does nana petite come from?

I only ask because I have a regular anubius nana; and it looks like the growth on one end is staying quite small. Is the petite something that just happens?


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is the nana and nana petite not the same species of anubias.


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I have no idea whether or not they're the same, I am by no means an expert. If they are the same, what causes the small growth


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just in its DNA, might have been cross-bred or something to achieve smaller growth. there are different varieties of anubias. Some of which can get rather large.


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It's just wierd to see growth that's 10x smaller than the rest of the leaves. Super excited to see it though.


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It's probably a selective variety, like a chihuahua vs great dane, both dogs.


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nana & nana petite are both barteri. your small leaves are probably some sort of deficiency


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I don't think its a deficiency when I have the normal large leaves sprouting on one end of the rhizome and small leaves growing on the other end. I have sufficient light, co2 and dry ferts


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