What about something with roundish leaves as a contrast to the plants that are remaining try planting in patches instead of rows. How big is your tank its a bit hard to judge from your pic, if on the small side maybe Micrantheum umbrosum, or maybe Hydrocotyle verticillata with a slightly larger leaf. What about attaching Anubias petite to the bogwood with one of the moss's maybe change some of the background plant and get a focal point, would love to know what the result is. Really must see about changing that junior member thing I'm a 51year old grandmother a bit past the junior stage I think.
It may or may not do what you are looking to do, but what about E. tiandra? It can either grow pretty flat to the ground or it can get a little "shrubby" if you don't prune it. That would make it available for both foreground or "mid"ground for your tank. The color is different than many plants, as well. Just a thought...
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