Originally Posted by RoboFish808
At a loss rn. All my anubias just end up melting and I do everything youíre supposed to, keep the roots above the substrate and just find a place for it to sort of float or nestle it in a rock. I didnít notice this until just now, so obviously itís completely past the point of no return. Iím sick of wasting money on anubias! Everyone says how itís the easiest plant there is but that just is not the truth.
Normally it is pretty tough but Iíve managed a few ways
how are your other plants going?
I just put mine straight into gravel substrate (not too deep). Iím not sure how you attached yours? Is it getting new shoots?
It looks like it has green spot or hair algae on it. Mine under under high light gets green spot algae on leaves and/or black beard algae (BBA). Mainly on old leaves.
Mine is fine with liquid carbon dosing but it doesnít like being in air for long during a water change. H2O2 spot algae treatments work (especially for BBA), but still have leaf damage.