Nice little tank setup! Can't wait to see what it looks like filled in.
You are right, I'm thinking on going low tech for the time being, I have many trimmings from my main tank that will be ideal. Probably stick to some java moss, glossostigma and perhaps a blyxa japonica - I've seen them all grow in a tank that only gets ambient light, odd!Where did you get the glass to build the tank?
I'd suggest low tech (low maintenance) so you don't have more stress with constant cleaning/trimming and it will be fine getting "abandoned" for weekends and holidays. But then again come people find tending gardens constantly relaxing so if you're like that than hi0tech works fine too.
I completely agree, going for an iwagumi style look, keeping it low tech so I'll have to see what works for carpeting.I like it! Very sleek and clean looking. I think that tank would look fantastic as an iwagumi. As for fish, a male betta would be nice and low-maintenance, if that's what you want.
Just more of the same type, why?Do you have any other stones to work with?
Yup, planning on doing just that.The ones you have are pretty small and will probably get hidden by the plants rather quickly. I suppose you could always keep a very well maintained carpet of HC or UG, keep it trimmed low.
Cool! Looking forward to seeing this thing fill in. I wish I had a little work tank.Yup, planning on doing just that.
This is exactly what I'm going for. What kind of lighting are u using?
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