Light Brown Spots on Anubias Rhizome - Betta Fish and Betta Fish Care
 
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-22-2013, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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Light Brown Spots on Anubias Rhizome

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I have a 4 gallon Betta tank set up with a couple of plants inside. Two anubias (one Nana and one congensis) and two banana plants.
I've had the anubias for a couple of weeks now and they seem to be doing pretty well. Haven't noticed much growth but the leaves are full and green.

Only thing is, I just found some weird light brown spots on the rhizome.
Like this:

When I touch them, they are soft. I tried googling to see what it could be but I can't find anything like this. :( The rest of the plant is doing well. The leaves and stems are green. They get about 8 hours of LED lighting every day. I don't know much about the lighting on the tank other than it is LED and it has a daylight and moonlight setting.

Can anyone help me figure out what is wrong and if I should do anything about it? I'd hate for the plant to harm my betta. :(
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How long has it been there for?

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How long has it been there for?
I'm not sure. Shortly after I put them in the tank I believe. About two week or so. I didn't really notice them until the other day. :(
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