I just joined 20 minutes ago and thought a good way to start was by posting my 40 gallon breeder community tank.
I started to try and reorganize my plants since they were all over the tank around November, but I got depressed and gave up. I ended up just throwing the plants back in and not caring except doing small water changes and feeding the fish.
Then as I left for about a month, leaving my fish in my roommates' care, I came back to this -
Wow. The plants had turned into a giant ball and tangled themselves up very well. So I finally did a couple of big water changes, vacs, and took all the plants out to de-tangle them -
And the result! -
My Siamensis Algae Eater likes to hang out on top of the wrecked car -
I released about 50 Red Cherry Shrimp into the tank, but the majority of them ended up being a buffet for the Apistogramma, Angelfish, Gourami, and I suspect the Siamensis Algae Eater as well, but I saw at least two RCS left. Hopefully they'll stay hidden and make more.
Stock - Blue Gourami
Granite Marble Angelfish (Raoul)
Female Apistogramma Trifasciata
Siamensis Algae Eater
Starlight White Beam Bristlenose Pleco
4 Otoinculus Catfish
4 Penguin Tetras
However few RCS that are left
Millions of Malaysian Trumpet Snails
A couple of Ramshorn Snails
Male Apistogramma Trifascatia. Maybe another female to make it a trio.
6 more Penguin Tetras to make it a complete 10
Various Nerite Snails
Pygmy Dwarf Chain Sword
baby Amazon Swords (I think...)
Some kind of bulb plant
Rotala Indica Anacharis
Bacopa Australia (the ones on the far left)
Windelov Ferns (Lace Java Fern
Japanese Marimo Moss Ball
Water Lettuce (Those are the floating plants)