I moved the rotala sunset to the other side of the tank. The color was too similar to the hydrocotyle japan. Now there is more light for the rotala colorata to use and hopefully fill in faster. The unknown moss is growing a bit and it starting to look like flame moss. I'm also not sure the hydrocotyle fits in the tank. I'm hoping to grow the Rotala Colorata into a full bush type look and that the moss will cover the rock and wood.
I added 11 sundadanio axelrodi to the tank and a glass lid I had made to cover the top. I had it custom made, so it covers more than the ADA lid. I've had jumpers with the ADA lid, none yet with this one. The way the lid sits on the clips makes the tank look not level, but in reality it is. If I shift the lid left or right, it changes the bubble under the glass. Kind of weird how that works. 11 fish is probably too many, but I got 11 from The Wet Spot for $27. Pretty good deal if you ask me. The fish are coloring up nicely. If I had a macro lens then I could get a good pic. This picture is terrible and lacking the true color of the tank. If I could get some spare time, I would take some real pictures.
I also bought an Ikea pepper grinder and filled it with the smallest New Life Spectrum. I tightened the grinder up and it works well for these little fish. You can see it on the right side of the tank.
The AquaticMagic lily outflows I ordered from them came in and they were the wrong ones. They refunded me and I'm on the hunt again. If you have a 9mm outflow you want to sell let me know.
11 Sundadanio Axelrodi
2 adult PFR's and 5 or so juvies. Moved 5 or so juvies to the Deep blue tank. I also changed that tank recently.
Any scaping opinions? Pull the hydrocotyle? Yank the rocks and wood and put the Hydrocotyle in its place? I want to yank the sunset eventually because I think its too big for this tank. If I can get the Rotala Colorata to grow in I would pull the sunset.