As the title implies I am an accountant. The owner of the firm I work at was kind enough to let me set up my 10 gal tank in my office.
Tank: 10 gal
Lighting: ah supply 36 watt
substrate: sms charcoal
ferts: from greg watson
plants: b. japonica, dwarf hairgrass, a little hc that was overtaken by the hairgrass, and few small pieces of riccia that was hiding when I gave the rest of it away.
fish: powder blue dwarf gourami and 7 orange flame tetras
I diy the stand and hood. I've just finished a similar stand for my 29 gal and plan on posting some pics of the process once I get my tank put on it.
Time for some pics.
Here is what you see as you come into my office.
Notice how the co2 doesn't even break the surface of the water and the hob doesn't cause a lot of surface agitation.
When I first set up the aquarium I had a good portion of L. arcuatis in the right hand corner. I really liked it and I'm planning on putting some more in there when I get a pressurized system for my 29 gal and can move some of the b. japonica to it. The rocks are just some I've collected and are algae covered although I don't really have a problem with algea on the glass or anywhere else, I like it on the rocks though.
Any and all comments are welcome, thanks for looking.