First things first... I'm hoping someone here can help me with a plant ID. I got this plant labeled as Staurogyne sp. Kerala but I don't think that's what it is. It's the plant with the small roundish leaves in the pictures below.
My understanding was that Staurogyne sp. Kerala leaves come to a point, while these are rounded at the tips. This is also growing more vertically, and more quickly, than I'd expect from a staurogyne species. Could it be Clinipodium brownei? Let me know what you think it might be.
Overall the tank is starting to look really good. The red ludwigia on the side doesn't stand out enough from the background so I think I'm going to use the water wisteria, or some other lacy plant, for the right hand side.
Speaking of the background, the moss is still giving me trouble. The tank would be ready for a "final" shot in a couple weeks if I could get the moss to grow out. I might try placing it in a tray of water outside in the sun for a week or so and see if I can kick off some growth.
The highlight for me right now is the crypts. They've gotten really dense and attractive leaves. I have no idea why it goes in cycles of looking amazing then suddenly melting, but at least it looks good for now!
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