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"these are certainly slow growers, and are slow to establish. they require essentially no care whatsoever, and are difficult to kill. i would absolutely recommend growing this on a nice piece of bogwood with some java fern in front of each other. the two were just meant to be together, and the anubias will be happier with its main root exposed. "

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