Does anyone have any ideas for mid-ground plants? I like the way the light green stem plant is growing (Some kind of rotala I think), and the red plant is a nice contrast, but I think I want to replace the bunches on the front right and front left. I don't really know a lot of mid ground plants that work well in high light tanks. The anubias are growing great, but as expected they are picking up a little algae. Same for the crypts. Should I just add more riccia rocks?
Added small lights under my cabinet today. I chose these little battery powered fluorescents so that I would add more cords. I think battery should be fine since I will only need them on for a few minutes at a time.
I like the idea of dwarf hydrocotyle. I have never had that before, though. Do you think it would be hard to keep from mixing too much with the HC? It's still pretty sparse, but there is an HC carpet forming.
It is a fast grower, but just do some regular trimming of where you want it to end, and re-plant the trimmings. You really can't kill this plant, and I like how it looks. You can check out how I use it in my 55.
Also, it is not really too invasive, I would be more worried about it mixing with stems, HC should be fine it it is low enough
Well, the two angels in my tank have paired up and spawned! Here are some picks of the Anubias Frazeri that they have made into a nursery. I don't know if this batch is fertile, and if it is, I may try to move the leaf into my 29 gallon hospital tank to try to raise the fry.