I had a lot of mosses and plants in the propagator (Still have) and confiscated my daphnia breeding tank to try something out. Had some big rocks i actualy want to use in my next tank i need to get started befor the winter hits in. For my goldfish which are now in the terras pond.. So i thought make a nano paludarium, so i already can see how it looks and jumpstart some mosses and ferns on it..So this little scape will actualy move to a tank as is now without the wood in a few months. As 1/3 part of a rock scape i already have on my mind for a while. So the goldfish will get a nice exciting playground for the winter. this tank will be in the bathroom and ill make a sort of riparium of it i think. One of the experiments i did in this litle tank is growing hc on pieces of filter sponsh. With succes, so i can squeez it in between cavities of hardware and give it a flexible hold and a ferm substrate to root. it works great as you can see in pic DSCN3698 (Kopie).JPG In the top left of the last pic you see a Biophytum sensitivum in a major transplant shock.. now i know why it's called a sensitivum i alsmost killed my most favorite plant ever with repotting. Shouldn't have done that.. this one ive called (was two-stone) Tombstone.