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Weird Thing Growing On Anubias Barteri

Discussion in 'Planted Chit Chat' started by andy36yr19, Oct 27, 2018.

  1. andy36yr19

    andy36yr19 Fish Fanatic

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    Recently I've seen some weird thing growing on my plant can someone help me?
     

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    I'm not able to ascertain what you are referring too, can you be more specific, or add a clearer photo?
     
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    If I see it correctly, it’s a little flower that blooms. Wait, that’s not an Anubis’s. Is it a sword?
     
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    I'm not home right now but it looks like a snail egg sack but bigger, brown, and little balls inside. I know it's not snails eggs btw.
     
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    It's an anubias barteri it said on the little fert cup it came in and it has big thick leaves soo yeah its anubias barteri
     
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    Ok, my eyes aren’t failing me yet. They do produce a little white flower looking leave that is very pretty. I’m attaching one of mine about to bloom right now. Does yours look anything like this? I just fed so ignore the food.
     
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    Same plant but no it's not a flower. When I get home I'll post another pic
     
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    Is that anubias planted in the gravel? If so, you need to take it out.

    Anubias species have what looks like a thick root with thin roots growing from it. That thick root is a rhizome which will rot if buried. It is OK to bury the thin roots but the rhizome must be above the substrate. This is one reason anubias are most grown attached to decor.
     
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    Yea I know that. My anubias frazeri I didnt know at the time about the rhizome so I buried it and now its yellowish white so hiw do I fix it?
     
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    Never mind guys it came off I still dont know what it was though
     

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