Cheers, that plant on the right is Potamogeton gayi, there are closer shots of it in the previous pages.chilled84 said:Fantastic, Whats the plant in the back right, Its interesting.
Garuf said:Mighty healthy! Really does looks so nice. I can't wait to have some of that P. gayi it's such a nice highlight of a plant.
LondonDragon said:Quick shot with the compact, this is how the tank looks tonight!
Thanks for looking!
Many thanks, the whole idea of the V shape was to allow the rainbows space to swim, also the reason I removed the L Aromatica from the right hand side as it was becoming too over powering, the P Gayi is nicer and finer and easier to keep under control.hydrophyte said:This looks wonderful. I really like that open swimming area for the rainbows over there on the right.
Many thanks Lisa, you were also one of the first to comment on it many moons ago. The idea was to replace this tank with the 500l L shaped tank in its place viewtopic.php?f=20&t=1283 but that turned out to be very costly and also I would not be able to take it with me once I decide to move. So I am thinking about replacing the rio with a 120x45x45cm opti-white in the future, when that is going to happen not sure, but I am happy just evolving this tank further, I like long term scapes and the tear down and starting all over does not appeal to me.Lisa_Perry75 said:Wow. I think this tank has to be my favourite tank. It's been going so long, and had so many good scapes in it's time. What are your long term plans LD?