While my Limnophila and Lindernia species continue to bloom, this little beauty turned up just in this past week:
Hygrophila corymbosa 'Kompakt' has flowers the same size as other Hygro corymbosa cultivars I've flowered, just on a MUCH smaller plant. The overall effect makes for a lovely little specimen. The dark leaves make the bright purple blooms really pop.
Also, just for kicks, here's a pic of my Accidental Tree Frog, who lives in a 10g emersed setup:
It's a long story as to how one ends up with a tree frog by accident, but he seems content to stay in my fishroom. I feed him spiders and other stray bugs that I catch in the basement. Right now he's sitting on the pot of an orchid species, Mediocalcar decorata, but that tank also houses a few Anubias in pots, some Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, and a random pot with a Staurogyne repens specimen. When he's not sitting here, his favorite perch, the Accidental Tree Frog also enjoys sticking to the glass and lurking underneath the leaves of my Anubias sp. 'Gabon 2'.