At last I identified most of my plants
a bunch of Limnophilla sp.
a bunch of Hygrophila difformis
3 Echinodorus Bleheri (young)
5 Acorus gramineus var. pusillus
3 Echinodorus Osiris (young)
a bunch of Hydrocotyle Leucopetala
a bunch of Rotala Wallichii
3 unable to identified species.
All species doing well except for Limnophilla and Acorus. Acorus is
worst because it did not even grow new roots. I used to have a lots of
Limnophila Heterophylla but they all melt and I remove them. The other
unidentified Limnophilla species was slightly affected before I
discovered my PH is way too low, going below 5.0 even with 25% water
change weekly. Quickly did a 50% water change and PH went up to 6.5.
My question is what can cause the PH keep going down? I have a large
drift wood. Could this pose a problem?
Tank size is 50gal. with 2 Black Mollies, 4 Zebra Danios, 1 Flying Fox,
1 Pleco. Filtered by Fluval 303 with ceramic rings, active carbon and
fluval sponge. 1 Triton, 1 Aquari-Lux and 1 Phillip Super Daylight
bulbs. Coarse sand gravel and many stones.