How long are your lights on for? Remove the dead leaves as they will be releasing ammonia into the aquarium.
It may be that they have previously been grown emmersed before you got them so the leaves are dying off as they adjust to being submersed.
Also, is the Anubias tied to wood/rock or is it planted in the substrate?
Lights are on for 8 hours. Anubia/fern/moss are all tied to rocks/wood. Not only the anubia is affected, ive just noticed that this is also spreading to the crypts. some leaves have gone black as well.
i have a bottle of easy carbo, which is unopened. Would this help, if i started to make use of this?
i just thought with my lighting being so low, that co2 wouldnt be required.
i have read that with a new tank setup, their is bound to be algea in the start until the tank matures/settles. so im not sure if this is the reason for causing the bloom or if its something else.
Edited by kashifg, 26 December 2011 - 04:32 PM.