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Crypt lutea leaves eaten
June 5, 2013
12:56 am
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Coryboy21
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So recently I've added a few cryptocoryne luteas into my fishtank, and today I noticed that the plant leaf edges were really rough. Rough as in it looked like someone has been nibbling on them and it was like this on multiple leaves. Currently I have 2 black skirt tetras, 4 harlequin rasboras, 4 neons (don't worry I'm getting more of em), 1 panda cory, 1 three lined (also getting more), and 1 otocinclus. I first suspected the otos but I was starting to wonder if it was the cories or tetras since otos were known to "die rather than eating a plant".
Could it be because of starvation? they seem to be getting enough food...
any thoughts or suggestions?

 

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