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If you look closely at that center anubias, you can see a bite mark.  I'm rehabilitating those anubias from a tank with silver dollars and Buenos Aires tetras.  I found that anubias was the only thing they wouldn't eat.  However, they would nibble on the new, little yellow leaves as they grew in.  Unfortunately, one day, I think they discovered that they liked the stems, because a bunch of leaves were floating at the top.  The anubias seems much happier with the guppies. 🙂

 

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On 2/1/2024 at 8:18 PM, Galabar said:

If you look closely at that center anubias, you can see a bite mark.  I'm rehabilitating those anubias from a tank with silver dollars and Buenos Aires tetras.  I found that anubias was the only thing they wouldn't eat.  However, they would nibble on the new, little yellow leaves as they grew in.  Unfortunately, one day, I think they discovered that they liked the stems, because a bunch of leaves were floating at the top.  The anubias seems much happier with the guppies. 🙂

 

It might be time for another experiment.  Before I sacrifice an entire plant, I might try floating a few leaves. 

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