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The glossostigma seems to be suffering from a nutrient deficiency. Make sure you have a good fertilizer regimen in your aquarium and provide it with stable conditions. It should recover.

On the lights, don't worry to much about the spectrum. Light intensity has more of an impact. Get bulbs that give you a pleasing look and are full-spectrum.

Lastly, on the red plants, I would go to one of the online aquarium dealers such as Aquarium Garden and look at their stem plants. I would suggest rotala indica, ludwigia repens, some of the hygrophila species, and Cryptocoryne wendtii "bronze" as some good candidates.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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