Sorry it took so long to take some more pics... but here they are!!!!
The setup is not complete yet.. hopefully this weekend I'll add the land part. 8) I'll take even more pics when I do so! This is what I have so far... sorry about the bad light... now I know I should take tank pics during the day... lol Even with the tank light on, it just wasn't right... but when it's done I'll do my best to take the best pictures!!!! It's gonna turn out so cool!!!
You can't see much of the tank here... but here's the setup as it is now... it has around 8-10gal of water right now... hopefully it will go up once I put the land part and know exactly how much I can fill it. The substrate is river sand, which looks so good! I really love how the sand looks.
Here is 1 of the corners. It has a sunken piece of driftwood, which has a mondo grass plant on it. I have no idea what the other plants are called... but the one with the broad leafs is not doing too well.. the one with the tiny leaves all around is starting to root, which is good. 8) In the far corner there is some lucky bamboo, which is doing good too. The thing on the side, with the plastic tube is the CO2 inyection.... I'm planning on placing it on the back, but put it there for now.
Here is a top view... beside those plants, I have some floating plants... one is water lettuce, the other is, I think, duckweed... not sure about it, though...
Here is a floating piece of driftwood, which I plan on leaving it floating like that... I already attached a piece of fern that I found in my backyard attached to a wall. I attached it with fishline the day I set up the tank, today I took off the fishline to see if it had rooted, and it did... so it's completely attached to the driftwood now. 8)
Finally... here are some fish...
Here is the corydora, and the 2 guppies... the male with the red tail and the female with the yellow tail.
Here, the female guppy again, the cherry barb, the zebra danio and the rosey red. I just noticed that I missed the harlequin razbora and the scissord-tail razbora. Next time I take pics, I'll be sure to take pics of them.
Also, I inherited 2 fish from my sister. I don't know what type of fish they are, since I didn't buy them... but she had a betta and those 2 fish, and the betta died yesterday (was over a year old...) and she told me that I could take the 2 fish for my tank. When I get the newts, I'll probably put those 2 fish, along with the harlequin razbora, the guppies and the shrimp in the 5.5 gal I had the shrimp in before, and take the others back to mom's tank. 8)
Well, I hope you liked the new pics. 8)