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[22L] Nano

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Vepik, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. Vepik

    Vepik New Member

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    Tank: [FONT=Times New Roman, Times, serif]40[/FONT]x22x25 - Guardian 22l
    Lighting: DIY 24W 2G11 Sylvania 860
    Filtration: Aquael 2 Cascade
    Substrate: Amazonia Soil I , Power Sand M ,Bright Sand + Tourmaline, Penac P ,Penac W
    CO2:
    glass diffuzer - 1,5 kg
    Fertilization: Brighty K, Step 2, Green Bacter, ECA, Green Gain,Phyton Git
    Flora: Ludwigia Arcuata,Hemianthus Callitrichoides,Phoenix moss ,Christmas moss,Cryptocoryne Wendti Green,Cryptocoryne Spiralis,Blyksa
    Japonica,Micranthemum umbrosum ,Eleocharis Parvula
    Fauna: Amano, Red Cherry,Sp galaxy,Boraras Brigittae

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  2. Supercoley1

    Supercoley1 Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice and lush but I think you could do with geting some height into your hardscape there. Not a huge problem though;)

    AC
     
  3. aquaticmaniac

    aquaticmaniac New Member

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    It does look quite low at the moment, but I have to say I like this 'scape; very light and peaceful.
     
  4. J House

    J House Moderator Staff Member

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    It has potential and the plants look healthy. I think you need to work the wood into the scape. You shouldn't have the wood touching the glass since it draws attention to the glass as opposed to this being a slice of nature without boundaries.
     
  5. Jdinh04

    Jdinh04 New Member

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    The growth of the plants look healthy but I would bring the driftwood down and have go across the tank rather than place it vertically.
     
  6. Vepik

    Vepik New Member

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    Days 108

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  7. Supercoley1

    Supercoley1 Moderator Staff Member

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    That looks better but I see you've lost a lot of the hardscape. Cool though maybe you will be a jungle convert ;)

    AC
     
  8. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    i wish there would be a foreground carpet plant. maybe on the sides to get a stronger focal to the middle of the tank and to increase the depth
     

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