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    Default Highest temps for anubias?

    What's the highest possible water temps that Anubias plants can tolerate?
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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    Oxboy, unsure but I have some that are thriving at 82-83 degrees. They are in a smaller tank upstairs in my son's room. They do better than the ones I have in my big tank with my discus. I think in my case it has more to do with lower Lighting in the smaller tank.
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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    My anubias in my discus tank are growing healthy and have new leaves coming out every 3 to 4 week at 84F

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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    Mine are at 82 to 83 and they do just fine.
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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    Mine are fine at 86

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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    Wonder what would happen to them at 90 degrees?

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    Default Re: Highest temps for anubias?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oxboy View Post
    Wonder what would happen to them at 90 degrees?
    My do just fine at 90 degree when my discus were sicked about 2 months ago. I keep the temp at 90 for 3 weeks.

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