Last current view of my tank, I pruned the sumatra fern several days ago and I don't know what happened, the pruning worked fine and the main plant started to wilt from below, I haven't had any new fish for a while, nothing interesting in the lfs.
I have done a water change after several weeks, I lost almost all my Corydoras and much of my sumatra fern, also some pruning of my Limnophila and the echinodorus ozelot just withered. I took out the mangrove trunk because somehow I felt it was in the way, also when I started with this tank it took a long time to accommodate it, I think more than two hours, so today it's out. I plan to add a pair of amazon sword, and some Sagittaria subulata on the right side of the tank.
Hello again, I have an update after a while, I still have some Limnophila stems, I have lost with the addition of iron and other elements in the water so I only focused on doing water changes and keeping my filter clean, I lost all my Corydoras, I only have Corydoras wotroi at the moment, I have my two loaches and I bought two Neon Rainbowfish that grew quickly, but I also lost my Sexlineata rainbowfish and it will not be easy to find them again, I have plans to place more plants like Sagitaria and more Cryptocorine species but as soon as I get from my LFS the substrate that worked for me, in the meantime I just bought an pair of amazing fish from the genus Copella, I'm still working on identifying the fish but they are already feeding and have not received any aggression, I still keep the surface of the tank well covered to prevent them from jumping.
Thanks, it was a shame to have to say goodbye to several fish but the Corydoras just faded away, Sexlineata rainbow got sick with but I was busy enough to set up a hospital tank and medicate it, I just went through the same thing in saltwater but luckily my time was friendlier, so I managed to save my Coral Beauty angelfish.