Cleaned the glass and did maintenance on some of my tanks, so thought I would get a couple of photos while they were still looking decent.
Substrate is peat moss, and the leaf litter is made up of oak leaves and indian almond leaves. Both tanks are filtered by sponge filters and have hollow logs for the fish to hide in, as well as smaller pieces of manzanita to make it look more natural.
The plant is hydrilla verticillata. I use it to help with the water quality between water changes and to provide cover for fish, particularly the young ones.
Top tank houses my group of B. rutilans 'green' while the bottom tank houses my family of B. uberis.
I change out 10L of water once every three days, and keep the temperature at around 26-27 degrees.
I usually only add new leaves as the older leaf litter starts to break down.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.