Just took a picture of the tank I am going to hopefully be using for my new pair. At the moment it has the substrate in, and the water has been nicely coloured by the use of peat moss and rooibos tea bags.
The plan now is to order a heater, purchase some watersprite, and soak the wood I intend on using in the tank for at least a week so that it is fully waterlogged.
I picked up the wood on Saturday, and opted to use the below layout in my tank, as I felt it not only provided the most cover at the bottom levels of the tank, but also looked the most 'natural' out of all the other layouts I'd tried.
Currently, the plan is to have a shallow leaf litter consisting of IALs on the bottom of the tank, with a heavy planting of watersprite and duckweed at the surface.
I'm hoping the roots of the watersprite will provide addition cover once they start to grow down towards the substrate.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.