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they can be, however it is crucial you only bury the roots, and not the rhizome. easiest way if they are small, is to glue them to a small rock that wont protrude up too much from the substrate, but will keep the rhizome above the substrate. over time the anubia's will spread out on their own along the substrate. close to 40% of my 120 is covered in anubia on the substrate

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LOL Anubias can DEFINITELY take over before you know it, if it's not watched. I put ONE in one of my 29g tanks years back. It has pretty much taken over, and I even found it in the BACK of the tank behind decorations. I couldn't believe how big it's gotten! I told my mom I need a new BIGGER tank.

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