I initially added the green moss and spanish moss, intending for it to just be decoration, assuming there wouldn't be enough humidity for it to grow well. Imagine my suprise when both types of mosses started growing. There are new spores on the green moss, and lots of new growth of the spanish moss.
"How-To" Articles completely documenting the creation of the background and filtration system will be published soon on my website.
Various Crypthantus species, Hydrocotyle leucocephala, Anubias barteri,Anubias barteri coffeefolia, Microsorum pteropus, Micranthemum umbrosum, Cryptocoryne parva, Strobilanthes Dyerianus
On back wall:
Tillansia, Various Crypthantus species, Spanish Moss, Green tree moss.
Background is constructed from foam, painted, epoxy coated to seal it, and covered with natural sand to create the look of real rock. Background includes a land-mass, complete with three waterfalls and a small pond and flowing stream that flows into the main water area of the tank.
The land area substrate consists of some potting soil over a layer of Profile aquatic plant soil.