So, after the disaster with my 100 galon tank a month ago, the tank has been fixed and I spent all saturday setting it up again. Here are the specs:
100 gallon glass tank, Fluval FX5 canister, 2 200 wtt hagen heaters, pressurized Co2 system diffused via glass diffuser. Lights overhead lamp with 6 (right now 5 only) t8 lamps 40 watts each, a mix of white and pink (flora glo) lamps. PH controlled Co2 set at 6.7. Havent measured hardness but its around 4dh, temp at 80F, and it is cycling using dirty media from my other tank. substrate is seachem fluorite and has a little road with thick sand.
Aquascape and Plants: Centerpiece is a very large piece of driftwood I already had and like a lot. Plants include java fern covering the driftwood in several sections (also from the previous aquascape), anubias barteri nana, petit nana, coffeefolia and lanceolata, blyxa japonica, echinodorus amazonicus, dwarf sag, echinodorus latifolius, ludwiga repens, rotala rotundifolia, bacopa monieri, cardamine lyrata.
Inhabitants (not yet but living in my 60 gal tank while this one was fixed): 8 surviving angelfish, 1 discus who probably won`t make it, 4 corys melanistus, 6 neons, and probably will move the group of 14 red eye tetras.
Here are pics of the setup
Measuring the driftwood position
Planting: the open section will hopefully grow ludwiga repens, bacopa monieri, cardamine lyrata. behind the driftwood is a mix of rotala rotundifolia, bacopa monieri and cardamine lyrata.
This is the back part. tank has view on all four sides, its function is to separate my "bedroom" from the living room in my loft
Another front view
Lets hope the new reload looks even better than the old one, which I really like but admit my aquascape was not very good.