Two dried out Alternanthera Reineckii 'Pink' Roseafolia leafs in the upper left corner -
Updates: I broke my drop checker because it was poorly made and couldn't withstand the extreme force of being gently place on a table. This was the second time
it happen and I'm completely done with these 10 dollar knock-offs of knock-offs. Does Co2 make glass fragile? I'm pretty sure it doesn't considering we're pumping
Co2 in a glass tank. It was just such a pain to clean up the tiny shreds of glass on a towel, I end up throwing the towel away.
So I'm doing Co2 measurement the old fashion way, looking at the plants and fish. Strange thing is, the fish don't mind, the cherry shrimps don't mind,
my otos cat does mind. I'm going have to raise the Co2 to compensate for plant growth but my otos catfish hates it. They swim in circles when the Co2 starts up,
they only go back to acting like fish at the end of the photo period. I might have to rehouse them to the other tank. I thought I was crazy having 3 tanks, some
of you have entire rooms dedicated to fish.
I also brought this Rotala Wallichii that is doing poorly, hopefully it gets use to my tank soon.