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ok, I've decided, the Anubias barteri (nana) will be on my tank, in the shadow area below the artificial root, still thinking about something for the background and the corners, it could be, Ludwigia palustris or Hygrophila corymbosa var. 'Siamensis', and for the corners, Ammania senegalensis. I like the look of the Hemianthus callitrichoides ''Cuba'' or Dwarf Helzine, but still not sure if I want a carpet.
Please tell me your experience with these plants and if you have pics, please share them.
I love both the Anubias barteri and the Hygrophila corymbosa, that I both have! I find the Hygrophila alot harder to look after then the Anubias! One thing I really like about the Anubias is the flower like things they produce, really cool :) It may hard to see, but in the pic. I have a Anubias Bartias in the far back left corner, and a few Hygrophila's on the right side!
ok, these are the plants I've decided to use or better said the ones I could get.
Eleocharis parvula and Lilaeopsis brasilensis
and some bulbs I think Aponogeton
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