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I have a 10 gallon tank that I would like to 'scape as an Asian stream. The fish I have in it are some hillstream loaches and white cloud mountain minnows. I have some rounded rocks to use for the 'stream bed' and a powerhead to provide strong currents. What plants would you recommend for this? I'm open to almost any suggestions and the plants that are currently in there (i.e. dwarf sags, Rotala rotundifolia, Cryptocoryne wendtii 'green') I plan to move to other tanks.
 

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Do you have a description/pictures of your 30 Gallon Asian Biotope? Thanks
My signature picture shows my 30 gallon Asian biotope although it is somewhat out of date. I'm adding a few new plants such as Hygrophila corymbosa 'kompact' in the next day or so.
 

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Hoe about some C. spiralis or retrospiralis. They would look great in a current.
Thanks, I hadn't considered that. I'm also looking for some low growing plants to put along the bottom. Any suggestions in that area?
 

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I think it was a good price too. I can't wait to plant it.
 

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I've added the Cryptocoryne parva, C. wendtii 'Tropica' and some Java moss. I removed the dwarf sags and Rotala and split them among two other tanks. I'm still looking for some C. spiralis
 
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