This is the story of my aquatic purgatory
So with very little to do, here's the tank:
The five remaining tufts of glosso are still in the corner taunting me, and I purposely took the picture at an angle to remove all evidence of Murphy's handiwork.
It seems odd: The glosso plants just fine. I've found a total of THREE glosso bits floating around thus far.
Am I planting the glosso too thickly? (Ignore the blue. It's a saltwater lighting setup with one 96w blue bulb and one 96w 12k bulb. No flash = long exposure = too much blue.)
I can feel the algae bloom coming.
Ideas, suggestions, corrections welcome.
Edit: Oops, forgot to give the specs:
96w 12k compact fluorescent
96w blue actinic (yeah I know, I have a salt-water lighting system)
Hygrophila polysperma "sunset"
Nymphaea zenkeri "red"
234,895,565,568,236,842,134 ostracods (approximately)