Well, I haven't updated in a long time.
I had a ton of rainbows for a while, but they were getting way too big, so I sold back the Boseman's, the Iranian reds, and my white clouds. They were replaced them with Gold Tetras, my favorite fish. My lovely rubber-lipped pleco died when my heater malfunctioned and fried the tank.
I got some pea puffers on sale, which are almost impossible to see, they're so tiny. There are also cherry red shrimp somewhere in here. My itty bitty baby corys grew into long-fins and are spawning, but I'm 99% sure that my killer filter would eat anything produced by them.
My rescape was mostly cleaning up leaf debris and plant fragments and just tidying up all of the floating fragments of milfoil. I also added some lovely driftwood and tied the overgrown temple plants to the back of the aquarium so it would grow sideways instead of out of the water and outside of the tank, which it was doing quite well before.
This also exposes a third temple plant which should grow into the open area in the upper right of the tank. The fish seem to like the new layout quite a bit and the puffers are staking out the area under the driftwood.
I still need something to do with the left side of the tank, but the fish spend a lot of time in the overgrown parts. I also need a new sucker fish, but I'm not sure which kind to get. I may save up and get a fancy one.
6 Emerald Rainbowfish
~18ish Gold Tetras
5 Longfin Corys
5 Pea Puffers
2 Apple Snails
~12 Cherry Red Shrimp
, with the all of the Rainbows and white clouds still.
Then I decided to rescape because it was looking pretty junky in there.
Now, still cloudy from the changes.
I am amazed at how well the grass stuff has grown in.