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Re: is it an Anubias?

  • Subject: Re: is it an Anubias?
  • From: Ferenc Lengyel <feri.lengyel@gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2011 18:14:41 +0200

I forgot to mention that I can not see a geniculum at the junction of the leaf blades and petioles of the plant in question, though it is not sure as sometimes it is very hard for me to find it. I attach two pics of the leaf bases.
An off topic question: what is the plural form of "Anubias"? Sorry, English is not my mother tounge, it is just a working language for me.


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