It's Cichlid, Not sicklid.
Join Date : Jun 2011
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I've been dealing with some nutrient imbalance in the tank I recently transplanted the staurogyne repens into. It's a new setup/major rescape so I've been tweaking a few things to get it in check again. Needless to say I still have the S. repens, but it has some issues if you guys would still want it.
Some of the leaves have yellowing spots on them (low phosphates, RAMS spit sand all over them daily! and minor GSA/BBA that is slowly going away). It could also be low light, but hopefully they get nursed back to full strength soon.
P.S. do you have a picture of your tank?