Anubias Pangolino- Dennerle Tissue Culture
World Newest Dennerle In Vitro Plants
Anubias nana ´Pangolino´ is probably the world’s smallest Anubias! It was discovered when cultivating the Anubias nana ´Bonsai´, which is produced by means of meristem cultivation in our greenhouse. Occasionally, some seedlings would grow in our cultured plant beds with considerably smaller leaf size. By selection, we have isolated a couple of the “miniature plants” and observed them thoroughly. An important step was the test phase in an aquarium. In cooperation with Dennerle, Mr. Massimo Ianella from Italy has tested this new plant. After some time it became clear that the plant continues to grow steadily in this dwarf form. Being a creative collector of rarities, Massimo almost immediately came up with a great name: ´Pangolino´! This name is inspired by the scaled body of the Pangolin. The narrow leaflets of this new variety are often overlapping like scales.
During production as well as in the aquarium, the plants grow extremely slowly. For plant freaks, the ´Pangolino´ Anubias is a true rarity and a genuine enrichment among the miniature plants.
World newest high demand tissue culture plant in European and Asia ( July 2016 )
One of the rarest aquatic plants right now, and It doesn’t get smaller than this! This is probably the smallest Anubias in the world and is a real boon to any underwater landscape. In terms of cultivation and care it is just as robust as the original form, but needs a little more light to produce lovely, compact greenery. This dwarf form can be used in a 10 g Dennerle Scaper's Tank or larger. These plants have a most natural appearance when tied to delicate roots or driftwood is perfectly suited to this purpose