samc said:looking good
for the back i would probely use e acicularis which would grow to the top, or maybe e tennellus which would also be about the right height if you didnt trim it. if you buy it in emersed form and big enough you could plant it with the emersed leaves out of the water and they will keep growing this way i think that would look quite cool.
if you wanted to go down the tennellus route i might be able to get you some big emersed stuff. pm me if you do.
andyh said:fyi- chilli rasb fine with shrimp,I keep them in both my shrimp tanks and would be ideal for your setup.
NeilW said:andyh said:fyi- chilli rasb fine with shrimp,I keep them in both my shrimp tanks and would be ideal for your setup.
Cheers Andy! Saw some in my LFS and thought they looked real nice, would work well with the CRS colours and contrast with the green. How many number-wise do you think would be suitable?
andyh said:you say your tanks 14l, i would start with 6 to see how you get on.
I have 15ish in my 35l. They are good as they stay nice and small, mine still shoal well. You can see them on the HD video on my deep rooted journal. Their colours are amazing.
LondonDragon said:I like this tank, looks very natural, will look even better when you get all the cool gear installed and get rid of the clutter
SteveUK said:Looking great Neil Fingers crossed for the Cyperus, it looks nice where it is.