Here's a tank I've been working on for awhile now. I just got a bunch of new species, so things need to grow in a bit, especially in the middle-back and front-right. I have hopes that the Hygro. sp. 'Roraima' will fill that area, but that remains to be seen. I may move the Rotala sp. 'Goias' there if the Roraima doesn't start growing. Otherwise, it's starting to look pretty nice (if I do say so myself). I need to get my photography skills in check to do it justice. Anyways, here's a pic.
It's called "Americana" - All new world species, both plants and fish. I'd appreciate any and all feedback, critical or otherwise. Only thing not to say is that it is "too symmetrical," as toying with symmetry is half the point of the layout.
A "U Shaped Layout" if you will.
Brief Specs: 30L, XP1, AHS 96w "The Beast", Pressurized CO2, EcoComplete and sand.
Fish: Tetras (and a pair of Bolivian Rams in the near future)
Alternanthera reineckii 'rosaefolia'
Bacopa sp. 'Pantanal'
Echinodorus tenellus 'micro'
Hygrophila. sp. 'Roraima'
Hygrophila sp. 'Tiger'
Lobelia cardinalis 'Small Form'
Polygonum sp. 'Sao Paulo'
Rotala sp. 'Goias'
Jeez, I'd never typed out the whole list before...that's insane!!!
Still looking for: Bacopa australis, Hemigraphis traian, and more of the newer/rarer South American Hygrophila and Rotala sp. in case anyone with those is reading this...
Thanks for looking.