I've got some congo's, some kribensis, and a syndontis already in my 125g. And since I want to completely redo that tank, they need to be re-homed. So what better a place to house them, permanently, than an african biotope... or something as close as I can get.
Right now I've got two pieces of driftwood in place, about 100lbs of sand to pour in, and plants to buy.
Plants I'm planning on:
Keep is simple, keep it low light/tech.
The idea is to place the bolbitis in the back left, and left, wrapping around the wood a little.
Hairgrass will be planted all around the wood itself, hoping to keep the foreground and far right bare of plants.
Anubias, will end up all over the submerged wood.
I think some rocks would work really well for this layout; but I haven't found much locally that I really like. I'll keep an eye out and will fit them in when I've a chance.
Here is the tentative wood layout.
I'll probably be tossing the sand in this evening and getting the filter hooked up. Bolbitis will be purchased this week and go in.