Hope you guys enjoy.
The angle is not so good because of the blur at the edge, but . . . I guess I'll try to post a front angle soon.
The small marsilea beginning to carpet the once-open foreground is marsilea agustifolia
(I think, might be quadra-whatever).
The taller marsilea that is sending its leaves to the surface (not to mention up and out over the sides of the glass despite my trimming) is marsilea villosa
. Villosa is a native hawaiian plant found only in Hawaii. To bad it won't stay in the aquarium.
I planted the runners in the back, and it grew up and over the hardscape to make highlights in both the middle and foreground.
And yes, I am extensively being attacked by duck weed.
This tank has been set up since January. There is no filtration, 7 watts of PC lighting, and a thin layor of florite under the pea gravel. Haven't had any luck with fish in it but I have neocaridina shrimp breeding like crazy in there.