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Old 10-28-2012, 05:00 PM   #11
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So if you rub your finger across it, they feel raised correct?
Yeah, you can feel it but its not soft. It's like a stiff algae
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Looks like BBA to me too. How much light do you have?
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Yeah, it's likely BBA. I have lots of anubias in my 5 gallon tank that truly did turn black from light burn. Changed the lighting to a 10w LED floodlight and burned the heck out of them in about a week. It looks very different from your anubias.
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