make sure you cut off any portions that are truely melted / dead. dead tissue is nothing but a drag on the rest of the plant. some plants like crypts will melt down to the roots and spring back better than ever... swords behave in a similar way. stems rotted to the roots are as good as gone, but short of that and they'll pop back up given the right environment. anubias and ferns can be trimmed back to the rhizome and will *often* sprout all new leaves, but any living tissue should be salvaged if possible.
melted glosso is just gone, man. trust me, that stuff knows how to die in transit.
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