Browning On Echinodorus Bleheri

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Attached is a picture of one of my E. bleheri's leafs. Any idea what sort of deficiency it is?

 

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Howlong has it been in there and are your lights on in that pic?
 
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It has been in the tank for a couple of months. Has been sending out new leaves pretty regularly. Even sent out a shoot that looked like it might flower. And yes, the lights are on, although they are pretty dim. Think it is just a lack of light? Because everything else seems to be growing very nicely with the amount of like it has.
 

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Well that leaf looks like its in a dark spot, if its an original leaf it might have been grown immersed so will completely melt anyway.
 

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Is this E. bleheri? It looks like my Aponogeton ulvaceus.
 

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Dunno the stems look to wide to be Aponogeton maybe?
 

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I can't see the stems from the picture but the leaves leaves look exactly like aponogeton, the shine from the leaves as well. It's a very silky looking plant. Another picture would clear my confusion :)
 

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