White Webbing killing plants
I have a small terrarium with some terrarium plants.
it has a waterfall, standard aquarium gravel substrate and humidifier, it is betweeen 75 and 80 deg all day and 80-85% humidity. it is fertilized with Seachem Flourish.
*pink arrowhead (Syngonium hybrid)
*White Sandy (Dracaena sanderiana)
*terrarium palm (unknown) here is a link to a pic http://sunpet.com/images/petcyclopedia/sp-bap17.jpg
*Dragons Tongue (Hemigraphis repanda)
*Red Krinkle (Hemigraphis exotica)
*some others unknown.
I have developed a white webbing similar to a spiderweb that has encased alot of the plants and killed them. they seem to melt into a black mush. the web has made it's way around the glass and looks to be somewhere between a veiny white web, and mold. thing is it does not affect the palms, or the white sandy. the rest have been taken out of comission by this beast. any ideas. i can possibly link some pics later if that will help.