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This is my 10gallon i had set up for two to three weeks now.

This is some Myriophyllum aquaticum i took from my other tank.

This is some moss for the foreground. I've placed several rocks all along the bottom for the moss to attach to.

This is the Rotala rotundifolia also from my other tank.

Here's some sort of Hygro.

And lastly small shoots of Cryptocoryne wendtii from a larger one that i took off.

I haven't thought of any livestock yet.
Any suggestions on the tank or livestock is welcome. Feedback is also welcome.
 

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are you using any CO2?
looks like a great start!
 

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I would remove the line of white rocks
 

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yea, moss can attach to gravel, sand, and possibly glass if left long enough undisturbed.
i would keep the rocks there until the moss takes root, then remove them, or leave them, either way you like it. they look ok, but smaller ones may be better.

Oh, and unless you're from the future, your date stamp on your camera is set wrong.:)
 

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NICE Tank! Rockwork is very interesting but.....

whats wrong with it?
Those rocks are nice, but visually distracting. I would just pull them or tie the moss onto the rocks. They are too bright with the rest of the nice rockwork you have and stick out like a sore thumb in the pictures. So for your scape to look better I would pull em out. But it is your tank, so if you like them keep them... Its YOUR choice!

I recommend Shrimp for this tank.

-Andrew
 

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For a 10, gregg watson ferts would last forever. You could do flourish line.
You need some nitrate, whether it be ferts or fish, you need some.
 
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