A few general questions
I've been in the hobby for a grand total of about 6 months now! Woohoo! Got a few quick questions about my nano tanks (my only tanks actually).
The tank with the rock in it is my 5.5 gallon, that currently houses 6 neon tetras, an oto, and a crowntail betta. Theres a few different kinds of plants, namely hornwort and some sorta frill plant. The rock is a great piece of petrified wood. DIY CO2, about 23w flr lighting, 25w heater and a red sea nano filter. So I don't have a whole lot experience in aquascaping, so what do ya think would look good? driftwood? some moss?
The cube is mounted on a wall and is home to a betta. Its equiped with a homemade filter made from a film canister, that covers all three types of filtration. Its a bit small but the water's clean and I change it often. He even has a few strands of a NA native plant in there to keep him happy.
The bowfront with the gravel is a 2.5 gallon tank housing a betta and a snail. The plant to the left is a NA native i gathered, and the rest is anacharis and hornwort. Any suggestions here as to the aquascaping? How about other potential tankmates.
And finally a homemade tank that is the large cylindrical tank you see. It's actually a huge 2gal vase converted for betta use, with a modified light from GE on the top and a submersible filter in it. Is there space in here for more fish/inverts/plants, or is it good as is? It currently only holds a big red crowntail and some hornwort.
Thanks in advance!