Originally Posted by hellobird
I think people remove the hairgrass in chunks, and then spread/replant.
Your tank looks lovely though, something out of a fairytale!
Ugh, that mulm is going to kick up like no body's business! I might try that for a smaller area and see if the dhg takes hold okay, they have really long roots and I've had trouble replanting uprooted dhg
Originally Posted by VeeDubs
Beautiful setup, really like the wood selection. What's the setup?
Thank you :)
It's a 4 gallon with a dhg "belem" carpet
some marsilea minuta
There's a stunted crypt petchii under the wood, and at the back is a small parch of ludwigia arcuata.
On the wood there is... Peacock moss, susswassertang, Christmas moss and fissidense. I didn't plant them all there, this was an old piece of wood from someone else's tank and they just happened to come back to life after this tank got set up and running. I tried to get rid of the peacock moss by yanking it off from the wood and almost yanked the entire wood out of the tank o_O There's also some anubias sitting at the top growing emersed. I have red root floaters drifting at the water surface.
The inhabitants are currently a lonely pygmy cory, whose family mysteriously died after a water change I did :( an amano shrimp and my horned nerite.
i also have a school of endlers frys as temporary inhabitants until they grow up and can be given away...
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