Ive been enjoying smaller tanks as of late and its been a wonderful experience to share with my wife and son. Over the passed 20 years my focus was on larger 90 gal +++ aquariums so I had forgotten how much fun these are. I would love to see some of the creative 10 gallon standards on this forum because many of you are very talented and maintain beautiful scapes. Im sure others would love the eye candy as well.
This is our 10 gallon Gardneri killi/ dwarf frog tank, 5 months running. The Gardneri are currently spawning.
We used flourite substrate with a bunch of ash river stones from Home Depot to act as a retaining wall of sorts with a thin layer of instant aquarium Tahitian moon sand from caribsea. Spider wood and rose wood were used with xmas moss, riccia, pellia, A. Reineckii mini, Cryptocyrene Parva, Giant Bucephelandra, Wisteria, 'super red' Ludwigia, bacopa sp., and not sure if I can remember the variety of Anubias. There is frogbit up top and a moss ball as well. We use diy co2, and a single 24w T5 at the moment with a lighting and co2 upgrade coming up soon.
Thanks for participating!