I've decided to tear down the tank my group of Betta persephone are in, and replace it with a 16 gallon one. This way I will be able to provide more areas of cover along the bottom because of the smaller footprint.
I will also be able to move a couple of my grow-outs back onto my main rack because there will be an additional foot of space to work with.
I have several pieces of Gold Vine wood that I purchased on the weekend specifically for this tank. I like this particular wood because its shape allows for plenty of natural hiding places for fish. The only downside is that being a light wood, it takes a while to sink. I am now basically waiting on the wood to become fully waterlogged and then I can start.
The whole thing will probably take a couple of days simply because I don't want to stress my fish out. I'm hoping that in the near future if I can shift a few pairs of Betta burdigala, I can purchase some aquasoil, watersprite and amazon frogbit to use in this tank.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.