03-11-2007, 06:17 PM
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stay away from ludwigia- too demanding, and why does everyone recommend the swords- its only 10 gal right?
Low light- you should stick to stems with small leaves that will allow for light penetration.
low lying plants will have to be hardy if there is little light available, tennelus would be hardy for you.
java fern any crypts you like, blyxia japonice, didplis diandra, to name a few that might work.
What you have to remember is that you are creating an eco system, in order for it to work you have to provide a balance between light nutrients and CO2 getting the balance right is the challenge in the hobby.