well I was really starting to think my 75 was getting over grown, and i was starting to miss seeing my fish...so last night i had to do a total take down and re-scape... I think it will look good, once it starts to fill in again...
comments and suggestions are always welcome...
Now sorry it is still a little cloudy from all the crap I dug up
Full tank shot
Ok for those who are wondering here is some tank info...
75 Gallon "South American" Community
Substrate = 40% Red Flint gravel (smallest grain) 60% Eco-Compleat
Lighting = 4* 32 watt T8 on 10 hours per day
@ >40 ppm
using "mist method" though powerhead
EI Dry Dosing
3 Angles: Pterophyllum scalare
2 Bolivian Rams: Microgeophagus altispinosa
3 (1m/2f) "Orange Flash" Cockatoo Cichlids: Apistogramma cacatuoides
1 male Apistogramma sp. "Steel-Blue"
6 Rummy-nosed Tetra: Hemigrammus rhodostomus
6 Cardinal Tetra: Paracheirodon axelrodi
5 Julii Cory: Corydoras julii
1 Rubberlip pleco: Chaetostoma thomsoni
3 Oto: Otocinclus mariae
Stargrass: Heteranthera zosterifolia
Amazon Sword: Echinodorus amazonicus
Ozelot Sword: Echinodorus x. 'Ozelot'
Narrow Leaf Chain Sword: Echinodorus tenellus
Primrose: Ludwigia repens
Dwarf Sag: Sagittaria subulata
Narrow Leaf Sag: Sagittaria subulata
Giant Bacopa: Bacopa caroliniana
Java Fern: Microsorum pteropus
Tiger Lotus: Nymphaea lotus
African Water Fern: Bolbitis heudelotii