Monstera adansonii yellow spots on leaves help please?


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Hi!

i recently bought an adansonii and have kept it in quarantine when I saw the yellow spots on the leaves. The plant is still growing. I keep it in a west facing window in a clear plastic bag (high humidity). I open the bag daily so it gets fresh air. The soil was really wet when I bought the plant and have not watered since.
It’s definitely grown and the new leaf is unfurling.
Does this andansonii have a disease or are the yellow spots from improper care?
The first two photos are from today. The last photo shows the time stamp when I got the plant.
 

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thanks for the video Logan.

The yellow spots were there before I put it in a bag. It was on the plant when I bought it, I just didn't realize it until I got home. I'm only keeping it in a bag to prevent the disease from spreading to my other plants. I live in an apt and don't have any outdoor space. I take it outside my front door to air out every day. The yellow spots have not changed. I was afraid it was bacteria or virus like mosaic.
 
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thanks for the video Logan.

The yellow spots were there before I put it in a bag. It was on the plant when I bought it, I just didn't realize it until I got home. I'm only keeping it in a bag to prevent the disease from spreading to my other plants. I live in an apt and don't have any outdoor space. I take it outside my front door to air out every day. The yellow spots have not changed. I was afraid it was bacteria or virus like mosaic.
I wouldn't take it outside, it's not a disease it's what you're doing to it.
 

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