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In my opinion there are such a group of a species which can grow in these conditions without health problems. They can give you enough biodiversity and you will no have the real and constant problem of common pruning, but I would like to emphasize and comment here some landscaping difficulties:
1- most plants grow upwardly giving the same repetitive image on the tank and hiding peculiarities of species morphologies
2- is difficult to make a bizarre carpet, so the substrate is frequently visible in excess.
3- is difficult make contrasting landscape units at different levels, because the plants don't agree with an extra shading.
Yours. Maurici
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