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To take a page from Amano's work, consider the dwarf hairgrass in the back with a little Echinodorus tennelus here and there to break up the monotony. Glosso would look great in the front and be a nice contrast in leafe shape and color to the background. You might try to find some larger/taller rocks adn you rtank is very tall so you have lots of vertical height to play with. I agree that you might want to consider some stem plants or taller grass plants in the back left corner, or even both back corners. Isoetes, Crypt balansae, non-dwarf hairgrass(Eleocharis vivipara) or even Valisneria species would work well for for that, if you decide to go that route, :)

Whatever you choose, I would definately recommend that you do start with some fast growing stems of Myriophyllum, hornwort, rotala species, watersprite, etc. in order to help with nutrient issues and algae problems. As the tank matures you can remove these palnts leaving only what you want.
 
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