Wisteria Leaves Vs Light

Discussion in 'Aquarium Plants' started by leftswerve, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. leftswerve

    leftswerve Well Known Member Member

    Upper new vs lower old leaves in pic. Which is grown with more light? Or is there another reason for the difference?
    I know it has nothing to do with emersed growth.
    Thanks
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  2. SFGiantsGuy

    SFGiantsGuy Well Known Member Member

    That MAY be leaf burn... (if the plant's tall already that is...) Doubt it's a Nitrogen deficiency...hmmm......
     
  3. TexasGuppy

    TexasGuppy Well Known Member Member

    I think he's asking for about the rather large new leaves as opposed to the tiny thin originals. I only see some glare/slight focus issue from the camera lens around the edges, I don't think there is any damage.
     
  4. Thunder_o_b

    Thunder_o_b Fishlore VIP Member

    The new leaves will split as they grow... At least mine do.
     
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    leftswerve

    leftswerve Well Known Member Member

    Here's the original pic. Pretty sure It's a lighting issue. The broad new leaves are less light. Thanks for the help
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  6. Tsin21

    Tsin21 Well Known Member Member

    I've read somewhere before that it also has something to do with temperature, if i'm not mistaken.
     
  7. CraniumRex

    CraniumRex Well Known Member Member

    I think it may be a combination of less light, and that's just how they grow. With moderate/high light, my new growth is almost all coming out with pinnate leaves, but temp/light changes I've read can create the broad leaves in new growth. They should develop into pinnate leaves eventually. New growth = good!
     
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    leftswerve

    leftswerve Well Known Member Member

    Updated pic with more light added
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