Overall, the growth is still really good. It's fun to look back at pictures from earlier to see how much it's grown in just 6 weeks! Every single plant is doing well. I still have some BBA going on and a little GSA, but it's not bad, and I suspect will get better when I go to pressurized CO2.
I decided to pull my anubias nana from this tank and propagate some of the marsilea
quadrifolia in it's place (where it's thin on the far right in this pic). I have 3 corydora pandas that kept knocking the nana loose from the substrate. Front view (post water change, so it's bubbly):
A close up of the
MQ and hydrocotyle carpet. I thought the
MQ was growing really slow, but now that I look at it, it's really filling in nicely. I get new nodes popping up all the time.
And finally an overall tank view. As much of a PITA as the fluval edge can be to work on, damn it looks good.
I have some Ludwigia sp. Red coming tomorrow along with some Persicaria sp. Kawagoeanum. I need to ad some color, and I'm hoping this will pan out!
My pressurized CO2 is nearly done. Just waiting on a few parts from Bettatail.