Here is my 60cm loungeroom tank.
Lighting is a simple twin t5 light, 24w total I do believe. Ferts are simply "Basic grow" and "daily grow" by aquasonic and Dino spit from sponsor Aquagreen.
Fish: Remaining two female rosy tetra (Hyphessobrycon Rosaceus) and Norman's lampeye killifish (Aplocheilichthys Normani). Sadly the rest of each school died during those few ridiculously hot days we got in a row here during summer.
I also have a pair of Epiplatys bifasciatus. Sadly I believe both are female. I bought the remaining two the store had, but might ask if I can get more in sometime. These really are cool, having hidden constantly when I kept them in a smaller tank on their own, they are now always on show. In fact, the easiest fish to photograph
Plants: Filigree milfoil, some java fern "Windelov" and bolbitis, Microcarpaea minima, Hydrocotyle tripartita and Marsilea hirsuta.
tank before planting.
Not a fish you usually find in a local store
Two weeks after planting. The milfoil was added as short pieces, about 5cm long. This is how fast it grows in my crummy conditions
Pennywort from Aquagreen growing well from the tiny pieces I initially added to the tank.
This is my view from the couch.
Lampeyes, male at back, female at front
These two are happy to have some cover now
Above shot showing characteristic white spot that many similar killifish have as well
Milfoil grows sideways when it runs out of room!
Hardy rosy tetras survived minimal care from family when I went house sitting a year or two ago, then moving house, but not heatwave. Sadly, they are both female I can't breed them back. (I used to get fry, but used to have an empire gudgeon with them at the time so I've missed my chance to successfully raise them)