I'm planning on setting up a small 10 gallon Shell Dweller tank for 4 Brevis, 2 males & 2 females (hopefully they will pair up
). But I would like to have it semi planted as well. I figured I would use plants mainly to hide and draw attention away from in tank equipment and to influence there choice of what territory they will inhabit.
I've been running planted tanks for some time now and have been having pretty good success with them. With this tank though I want to have plants that are low maintenance. So here is my question do any of you have any good suggestions for plants that can be healthy and survive with...
1. Low Light
(if you know plz tell me what WPG would be sufficient for your suggestion)
2. No CO2
(The substrate I was thinking about using was Eco Complete Cichlid Sand)
3. Able to live in a sand subtrate
4. No ferts
(or very low ferting).
This will be my first attempt at a shell dweller tank, but I've done a lot of research and read up a lot on what they need and how to care for them. Hopefully it will go well
Thank you for taking the time to read this! Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated!