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    Anubias Reference Sources

    I am interested in propagating Anubias sp. I have several nice specimens which are supposed to be the same species and variant, but I can tell that they are not. I would like to try to keep my documentation at least somewhat valid. Does anyone know of any references describing Anubias sp. preferably with photos or drawings. I am not looking for links to web sources, although those are welcome, I would prefer books, journals, peer reviewed articles, etc. Any guidance/sources would be appreciated.
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    B

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    Believe it or not, wikipedia isn't bad on the subject. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anubias

    I've also used this site in the past. http://www.sfbaaps.org/articles/randall_01.html

    I am lousy at IDing plants so I'll be following. :)

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    Pablo Tepoot's book on aquarium plants is also a good reference guide for a lot of anubias and other plants.
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    Thanks I will check it out.

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    Oh I also forgot about Tropica. Their website has an awesome Plant A-Z section that lists of the major of the aquatic plants with pictures and descriptions. I've used it many times in the past to reference/ID plants.

    http://www.tropica.com/en/home.aspx

    Also if you can post pictures I'm sure I'd be able to ID them for you no problem.
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