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  1. Hey everyone ... I put some new plants in my 10 gallon. At the time (Sept 26th) it was still cycling. I put in Cryptocoryne Lucens, Cryptocoryne Tropica, Dwarf Hairgrass, Cryptocoryne Wendtii Green. Since then 2 of the Lucens, and the Wendtii Green melted. My mystery snail ate the melted plants. Now it's been at least a week to 10 days since they've been completely gone. My question is, how long before there should be regrowth if any? And at what point do I give up and assume they're not coming back. info... on 10/10/21 perameters were: ammonia - 0, nitrites - 0, nitrates were 10, did a water change, 10/12/21 same except nitrates were 0 Substrate is Fluval Plant and Shrimp Stratum capped with a pea gravel
  2. I got two of these from Aquarium Co-Op, and was hoping they'd do well enough to grow some surface leaves/pads. Well, they must be real happy because they're thriving and sending up what at this point is too many. They're attractive but are shading out too much light. Do I just keep pruning them off?? Thanks
  3. Our nitrates in both 20 gallon and 55 are 40-80 ppm nitrates. We have lots of algae in both tanks and our plants look bad, I can try to take some photos after I get home from work. I really want to save what plants I can.
  4. Hi. I woke up the other morning and one of the leaves on one of my sword plants suddenly looks like something ate it and left all the "bones" of the leaf. It doesn't look like any rot or plant nutrient deficiency that I've ever seen. I can't post a picture at the moment but hopefully someone can visualize what I'm saying.
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