- Finally found some Hemianthus callitrichoides "Cuba" by Tropica. So I planted it in the front, and it's SLOWLY forming a carpet. Much easier to manage than glosso.
- Hydrocotyle verticillata (left side). It's barely growing. I think it likes having CO2 supplementation, since it grows quite well in my 30g which has pressurized CO2. The nice thing about this plant is that the leaves are small. It's almost like a minature version of cardamine lyrata.
- Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides. Really cute, little plant. Looks almost like green mushrooms (right of the rocks). I've planted it in my 30g as well. Makes a great foreground plant.
- Hemianthus micranthemoides. Transplanted this from my 30g.
The Blyxa Japonica didn't grow do well with only Excel, so I ended up moving it back to my 30g. I really think that to grow this well, I'd need some DIY yeast CO2, which I don't want to bother with on such a small tank.
Removed the wood with moss on it. The wood was too big and made the tank look small. So, I took a hunk of petrified wood that I had lying around, and broke it up into bits with a chisel. I think I like the look of it more, and it is much more proportional to the rest of the tank.
I'm having lots of green dust algae on the glass, which may be due to low phosphate levels (usually 0.6-0.7 ppm). My olive nerite snail is keeping it under control at the moment.
The cherry red shrimp are doing well, although no pregnant females as of yet.