My anubias coffefolia

VietnamMinh

Well, I haven't posted here for ages, but today I have a question about my Anubias Coffefolia.
I have bought it about six months ago, and most of its emersed leaves have melted. However, I noticed that it also have some small new leaves growing from the rhizome. Can my anubias live and thrive in the future, and should I trim off the melting leaves? Thanks for reading!
 

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Yes it’s best to trim the dying leaves. This sends the nutrient to the new leaves. To you feed ferts to your anubias and is the rymizone out of the substrate? Melting shouldn’t happen to a anubias.
 

VietnamMinh

Yes it’s best to trim the dying leaves. This sends the nutrient to the new leaves. To you feed ferts to your anubias and is the rymizone out of the substrate? Melting shouldn’t happen to a anubias.
The anubias is tied to a rock, and I haven't feed the plants for months, since my tank only have some java ferns and this anubias. And I think those dying leaves are emersed one, so I will trim it.
 

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