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Anubias what's wrong

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by crystalview, May 21, 2009.

  1. crystalview

    crystalview Guru Class Expert

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    All my Anubias is sick with this stuff, some more then others what could be wrong?

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    My other plants are fast growing stems or moss and they seem ok. Is this because they are such slow growers? I was trying to use them to cover larger areas but give the fish a place to swim through.
     
  2. tedr108

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    The only time I have ever had trouble with anubias is when they get too much light -- mostly just green spot algae. I now put them in low-light (shaded or darker corners) areas in my tank. They grow slow, but they look good.
     
  3. crystalview

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    That plant is 20" tall the ones that are short (8") only seem to have the slight algae. I thought Anubias would grow in high or low light.
     
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