Now for the more plant technical stuff, where I'm most worried about. These are the plants I wish to have:
Emersed: Pothos, Mondo Grass, Hairgrass, Pennywort, java moss/terrarium mosses and some crypts. Maybe some sanservia, selaginella, dichondra, or adiemtum, but I still need to do more research on those since I;m more experienced with submersed. This is my first time playing with emersed plants.
Partially Sumbersed (planted on top of driftwoods, right at top of waterline at 6"): Java Fern, Crypt Parva, Baby Tears, Java Moss
Submersed: Anubias nana, crypt parva, crypt wendtii, duckweed, pennywort, subwassertang, maybe 4 leaf clover if my lighting is sufficient
Now as for my lighting, I currently only have a 15w, so I'm going to start with the low light plants, work my way up and upgrade the lighting to cfl and a full hood to keep those toads (if I decide to get them) from escaping. At the moment its just a standard hood light with custom-cut glass.
In using the plants in my scape, I plan to provide a lot of cover from the blocks of styrafoam, I plan to make a little moss wall along the bottom and have crypts/anubias cover that and then the taller plants towards the back left, behind/around the driftwood. Rocks for the foreground, kind of like the way a waterfall is.
Ferts: Just root tabs (trying to get oscmocotes)
May inject CO2 after I upgrade my lighting.
Filtration is taken care of via Duetto 100 that pumpts it up and into the little trickle/waterfall thing on the right side and the small 180 L/H water pump from ViaAqua.
Small 7.5 Watt Heater (Only 5-6 Gallons of Water)
Fauna: 2 Fire Bellied Toads
Maybe pygmy cories? I'm not sure, as I hear that the toads are a little toxic. Guppies are hardy fish, they will never die lol.
My mind is still a bit decisive here, but maybe instead of guppies, you guys know any hardy live bearers?