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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-26-2012, 06:28 AM Thread Starter
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Anubias nana

i bought these anubias 'nana'
5.99 each in 2007 at hiddenreef(my lfs)
20-30 leaves per pot!
at that moment, i remember they had more than 10 pots. i wanted to buy everything, i couldnt afford cuz i was a poor college student lol
i wish i can find this kind of deal again
now im looking for more anubias for around 100 bucks
probably i will order from gordon





when i bought in 2007


i took this picture 2009



and now
i thought i kept these for 3 yrs but its been 5yrs already
time going so fast ...



since i graduated school , been working adding more tank
i have a fishroom
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That is a sweet setup! and some gorgeous anubis

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Is that a home made rack?
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Terrific setup you've got.

May want to check with Alpha Pro Breeders (a forum sponsor). He's local and I've gotten some terrific Anubias from him over the past several weeks. $2.99 each.


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yes i built these two homemade racks last year
in this summer, i will also have a plan to build one more rack and put it on right side
(i also try to build trimless diy tanks , 4x 24inch x 24inch x 18inch)


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awesome news! thank you a lot
can u show me their anubias pic? how many leaves on 2.99? cant beieve it
i already ordered $50 worth of their mixed anubias plants
cant wait to recieve it

i also ordered 15 anubias plants from gordon too
i will show pictures of their stock when i get both
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Don't have photos handy, unfortunately, but they're probably 8-12 leaves per plant.

Gordon's stuff is good, too.

Both likely get them from Florida Aquatic Nurseries.


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That is one serious setup.Is that in a basement?Do you have humidity/mold issues?
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Awesome fish room!! (and plants!)

BTW, I noticed the dumbbells on the floor - is your fish room your workout room too? If so, be careful:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnbEVGk5VmI

Oh, man... I cringe no matter how many times I see that video!

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That is one serious setup.Is that in a basement?Do you have humidity/mold issues?
hey Jonny/
i dont know about humidity / mold, never thought about it
can u teach me about humidity / mold issues
whats wrong if there are humidity and mold in my basement?

like i cant open window in winter , heater tank keep running in basement,
i have aquariums and sometimes i sleep in there
is that bad for my health ?
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hey Jonny/
i dont know about humidity / mold, never thought about it
can u teach me about humidity / mold issues
whats wrong if there are humidity and mold in my basement?

like i cant open window in winter , heater tank keep running in basement,
i have aquariums and sometimes i sleep in there
is that bad for my health ?
youd know if you had issues.Everything would seem damp.It would smell like mold and if that were the case YES sleeping down there would be real bad.Only asking because I had a hydo setup in my basement and needed to spray bleach my ENTIRE basement.I had so much moisture and mold on the ceiling beams they started to rot.
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