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I have found that mine do the same thing on two occasions. The first is on new growth, until they stop growing and the second is sometimes found when replanting or pruning them. I just give them time to adjust and they seem to, for the most part, snap out of it. This is one of my favorite plants. I started with a single plant about ten years ago and from that one plant I have filled my four tanks and several friends tanks. IME I have found that is one plant that once you get it where it is going to be, leave it alone and it will do fine. In fact I have a low light, no Co2 tank that is filled with this stuff and I get a new flower blossom this time of year about every week.

Good Luck!
 
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