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I have had this tank running for a couple months now and wanted to get some comments on it.
I haven't seen it as common practice to suspend a piece of driftwood in the middle of the tank from end to end. It is actually wedged between corners of the glass, and it does not sink at this time.







And I also need a plant ID for the stem plant here in front of the Ludwigia. I found it in Lake Washington. I was able to identify Eurasian Milfoil which is growing out on the right side of the tank, and hornwort which I have removed from the tank.




It has very fine leaves. I'm sorry I don't have a better camera, but I hope this gets things through.
 

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I like what you've done with the driftwood (including attaching the moss).
 

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The driftwood looks good. The plants on the left side help hide the corner. If you didn't tell me it was wedged in there, I would have never known. Your plants look real healthy as well, it should be a very nice scape once the moss fills in.
 

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The plant is a member of the genus Potamogeton, possibly Potamogeton crispus, the curly leaf pondweed.
 
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