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ADA Anubias barteri glabra is a medium-sized Anubias that comes from rainforest streams in West Africa. There are several different forms of the variety glabra with more or less elliptic to lanceolate leaves. It is also sold under the names Anubias minima and Anubias “Kruising”.

The variety ADA Anubias barteri glabra is as as undemanding and robust as many other Anubias forms. It grows well as epiphyte on the hardscape as well as fixed to the substrate (don’t bury the rhizome!). Its narrow, lanceolate leaves are an interesting contrast to other, rather broad-leaved Anubias forms.

Anubias barteri var. glabra is widely spread in West Africa, from Guinea to Gabun. The plant forms dense populations on river banks and rocks in and on forest rivulets, where they often share the same habitat with Bolbitis heudelotii and Crinum natans.

The variety glabra really is a collective term for various Anubias barteri forms that grow to different sizes, their leaves oval to lanceolate. They cannot always be clearly discerned from other varieties of the species. A. barteri var. angustifolia with its longish leaf blades, e.g., looks rather similar.

Relatively small ADA Anubias barteri glabra plants have been imported from Cameroun under the synonym Anubias minima, they are still carried under that name in trade.

A. barteri var. glabra is as undemanding as var. nana and can be bound to rocks or driftwood as an epiphyte as the latter, or stuck between rocks, attached to the glass with suckers or planted in the substrate. Then the rhizome should remain uncovered.

Collections: Tropical

Category: livestock, Tropical

Type: Unknown Type

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