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[APD] Re: What is wrong with these? (pic)
- No loaches. have 2 bristlenoses, 6 SAE's (which I recently discovered were
muching away on my Rotala walchii), apistos, cardinals, corys and a handful
of glass shrimp. I suppose the bristlenoses could munch on the ozelot
leaves, but why only the tips of the older ones? other softer tissued plants
are left alone.
You got clown loaches or similar fish? Looks like
a hungry tank inhabitant to me.
--- Seweryn Bialasiewicz <s_bialasiewicz at hotmail_com>
Would someone mind having a quick look at a picture
of some of my plants and suggest what is wrong with them? The only thing I
could think of is Ca deficiency, because that is how the Anubias leaf
unfurled. Only some of the old E. ozelot leaves end up rotting away like in
picture, which would suggest that it is something other than Ca. All
other plants are doing fine.
Anubias leaf in question on right, E. ozelot leaf on
40 Gallon, 2x30W flouoro, DIY yeast CO2
~12 ppm NO3, ~10ppm K, ~1 ppm P, ~.25 ppm Fe, kH:
45ppm, pH: 6.8, gH: ~160ppm, sand substrate with flourish tabs.
Thanks for any help!
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