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    Re: How to tie anubias to rock or driftwood

    Though I have yet to try it, I've read that superglue works too. I used it to attach mosses to my driftwood in my 240, but when it came to anubias I just found wedges to cram them in.

    When picking the superglue, just make sure it's the stuff that has cyanoacrylate.

    Gel superglue worked really well, as the water actually helped it set. The only thing I don't really care for, is that the superglue drop turns white underwater. But over time as the moss fills in, it should be hidden.

    But anyway, for rhizome plants, cut the roots away, apply a dollop, press to driftwood for a few sec and voila!
    ~Jose's 240g planted discus tank --> http://www.everythingaquatic.net/for...ed-discus-tank!

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