I've recently experienced a renewed interest in this 3 year old aquascape although I still consider it my low maintenance tank. I realize that I've starved it in the past with poor fertilization routines and DIY yeast co2. I now use an Accumax high pressure system and timer. I've used only Seachem's Flourish line for liquid fertilization and Azoo's substrate fertilizer. The only recent additions to this aquarium are the black harlequin rasboras and a second generation of regular harlequins. The red Barclaya has spread throughout the tank on it's own and is growing larger than I ever thought it would. It should be noted that the substrate is from the tank previous to this one and is in fact closer to 5 years old as is the wood and Amazon sword (off shoot).
Crinum calimastratim, Vesticularia dubyana, Echinodoris amizonicus, E. tennellus reg. and red forms, Barclaya longifolia, Anubias bartari var. nana, Cryptocoryne balansae, C. retrospiralis, C. wendtii var. brown, Isoetes lacustris, Microsorium pteropus