Here is my first real attempt at a planted tank, instead on the usual hap hazed nature of my aquascaping in the past.
It is a small aquaone tank 7G (28litres), aquasoil, diy hagen Co2
harigrass (Eleocharis acicularis)
anubias and a couple of crypts which have melted when the aquasoil went in.
The water is still clearing but after some opinions/advise and please excuse the photos its very hard to take decent shots in well lit office esp on a white desk.
Planned inhabitants are Pseudomugil gertrudae (spotted blue eyes)
Photo: Gunther schmida
and whatever freshwater shrimp I can get my hands on locally (which is not much, although I hear CRS maybe around soon or native riffle shrimp which look nice but not the best algae eaters).
I decided to create a small clearing but the small anubias nana in the front and to see the small branch jutting forward
I'm not sold on the rotala as background plant considering a switch to Microcarpaea minima or something similiar but waiting for it to fill out. Also thinking of added more crypts now the tank has settled down planted close to the driftwood on the left and right of the clearing.
Thanks for looking