Taking stock of how all the aquarium plants are doing, now. Rotala is doing great- at least two of the groupings, grown quite tall and pretty how the stems wind around each other reaching to the surface. One trio of cuttings I had planted in front corner not growing much at all; I moved that to a spot that should get better light.
The Anubias actually look good too, even though covered with small bright green algae spots. Each one is sprouting a new leaf.
The Aponogeton all have new shoots emerging, but the browning older foliage takes attention away from the few nice, maturing leaves so I cut out all the old stuff. Moved one of them as well; its longer leaves were getting pulled into the filter. Glad to see that it had nice, extensive white roots growing!
the little bumps on them. I'm sure now that this is not baby plant sprouts but something harmful- the leaf with the most bumps was curling in on itself in a sickly-looking way. And they're spreading- a few of the other Java Fern have bumps on their leaves as well. Still don't know what it is...