I noticed some of my plants have leaves that don't seem to be healthy. Can anyone more experienced tell me what seems to be the problem from the pictures? Thanks!
I was going to venture the same thing, that the plants were experiencing excessive moisture and water. Hard to say for sure though.Greetings,
What is the substrate where these plants are planted?
They don't look like they are experiencing heat or light stress - both should show more in the top of the plants rather than at only some leaf edges. I think too much humidity/lack of air movement may be a bigger problem.
I think one of the most stark differences between plants and frogs, regarding humidity anyway, is that plants cannot move themselves to more or less moist areas as needed. When RH drops, frogs go find some moisture -- they can drink to offset water losses from transpiration. But they also need to be able to find places -- and not just one place; they need a range of options -- that are drier, so they can get rid of some water, dry their feet, whatever. Most of the viv surfaces should be dry-ish, much of the time anyway, because there is always somewhere wetter in the viv.Almost all tropical plants will enjoy periods of 65% (some pleurothallids and bryophytes aside) but that may be too low for the frogs, so hopefully someone else can chime in with the correct low end RH number.