Here's an update on how this tank is doing at the moment. I've been photographing this tank with my smartphone and while the pictures are decent, they are nothing to that of my DSLR, which I am temporarily unable to use. So I apologize for the lack of quality with these.
The rotala has taken forever to adjust to my aquarium; almost half of it has melted away/never taken root, although my dosing has been consistant and everything else is doing fine. I am also uncertain of what kind of rotala this is, it was listed as macandra but doesn't quite have the broad leafs.
The HC is doing great:
ive trimmed a portion to show the density it's achieved. I'd like to propagate it throughout the whole foreground, which would mean no more glosso.
The glosso is looking good, right now its about 1cm in height with it's fresh new growth popping up after trimming a week and half ago:
Looking for plant ID:
This broad leafed plant here in my background is beginning to grow very quickly. Lots of new shoots formning on the tallest one. It was listed as hygro- something, does anyone have an idea?
The anubis nana has been doing well, in this image below you can see my two thickets, the one on the left has been recently replanted in a more neat, precise manner, composed of 7 individual rhizomes. The patch on the right, which is more shaded and develops less GSA is composed of about 5.