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What's happening to my plant?

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I just added plants to a partly newly established tank. As seen in the photo everything looks to be growing well and I even see some new leaves sprouting from my (I can be wrong and please correct me, but I think it's a) moneywort plant. My micro sword plants seem to be doing well too, I've noticed that they've grown a bit since they've been put in. However my Anubis nana plant doesn't seem to be doing so well, I tried to pick the best looking plant from the shop and it seemed to be doing well. What is it and what should I do?! With my moneywort plants, I think some of the leaves may be decaying which I think is normal so should I just leave it for when I get my snails?

Temp is at 25-26 degrees celclius, using the lighting that came with the tank (aqua one). If anyone also has any recommendations on what I could put into this tank or how to make it look more nicer (im planning to put more rocks in) that would be helpful :)

I have also been regularly adding API stress Lyme, API stress coat and sachem flourish excel for co2. It also just went through a bacteria conversion bloom where it got really cloudy for a bit, I don't know if that a contributing factor

Thanks!

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Anubias do not like their roots planted too deeply. Thy are often tied to bits of driftwood or rock. I see it still has the metal around the base. Remove this. Sometimes a plant will drop leaves when introduced to a new environment, due to stress.

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It looks to me like the plants have been grown emersed and are having a struggle converting to submersed growth. You can sometimes have better luck if you put these plants in a glass of water on the window sill until they grow roots.

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