Read like 2-4 post above this one 😄
I agree with needing more drift wood to make more of a layer. I used mopani in the back. I have to find a few good pieces. I should also like you said add another big cork piece to the left side midway up but thought buying a few epiweb branches might look better. I don't think I would even see the cork anymore once things start growing in. I'm afraid to make my own moss milkshake because I wouldn't know how to sterilize it without killing it. I have another post on "what are these worms/nematodes" in my vivarium and I don't want to see them in here.
Good to know! I will look into your other topic - I hav the MID in mind - but were abit sceptical because of the high color temperatureThe bromeliads we're under the very same lamps before they we're introduced to this tank, the leds made them so beautifull pink(redish) in the first place.
Feel free to check out my Instagram page for more recent photos. Some will also be posted in this topic :Sorry to bring back an older thread - would love an update on the tank.
I also plan on using the pond foam strategy, my only question is - where do the epiphytes receive the necessary nitrogen, phosphorous, and other macro elements to grow if the only real substrate used is cork or bark?
If you were to include some ferns and non-epiphytes, would you have placed them in some sort of planters or pots with soil?