Added about 20 blue jelly shrimp and switched out the ecco 300 for my eheim 2217 filter wich I originally bought to go on my 90p. Thought the 2217 would be a massive overkill in terms of flow, but its right on the spot.
Still experimenting on how to get rid of the algae. It has started to come down a bit I think. Have decreased lighting from 10h to about 6.5h.
Your tank is wonderful, love the drift wood and substrate slope.
I would reduce your floaters to allow more light to the glosso. It may have helped reduce the algae but it will also restrict necessary light to boost your glosso growth. Maintaining optimal conditions for your plants will go a long way on preventing algae.
Will remove some floaters later on. The glosso in the center of the light have turned red even when covered with algea, so maybe light was to much before. But even then the glosso wouldnt carpet. Maybe I´m just to spontanious when caring for the tank. Trying to be more consistent with waterchanges and ferts now, but I dont do any watertests except for using a drop checker.