I have no idea about the plants' names, to be honest.Your welcome. What plants do you have in there?
thanks! those peppers are ada substrates that was 'carried' by the snails. i can spot 2 types of snails in the tank - originates from plant hitchhikings.nice setup! I always like the "peppered" look on white sand
Thanks Fat Guy. I have no idea what kind of rocks these are as well. I found them at my hometown's waterfall area.I really like the rocks with the sand. what kind of rocks are those? when the plants in the middle grow taller, your fish will probably feel a little more comfortable around you with the extra places to hide. I've had that issue with a shoal of carinal tetras. takes time but they should adjust.
Thanks Rony11, and cheers for the plant ID. it is a bit messy at our lfs, all plants, and fish don't even have any name labels.Its a good setup.
I think u have rotala rotundifolia its a strong low tech plant.
Your fish are new n with time they'll get used to you watching them
Thanks thefisherman. No mixed substrate. It is just Amazonia ADA Substrate. That's all. The tank has undergone several rescapes (it's been about 1 year old now).i like your rockscape. are you using a mixed substrate? fluval stratum + PFS substrate perhaps?