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63L tank

Discussion in 'Critique My Aquascape' started by Shapap_inc, Jun 5, 2010.

  1. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    Hi all...i just rescape my tank recently,it's my 3rd attemp..
    Comments and critiques are appriciated

    Tank specs:
    Date Of Setup:27th May 2010
    Tank:63liters
    Lighting:4x24w
    Filter:Eheim Liberty2042(hob)
    Substrate:AmazoniaII (9l) + powder + power sand(m) + 5elements
    Flora:Rotala Rotundifolia,hc,glossostigma,blyxa japonica,some unknown plants(to me)
    Fauna:None yet
    C02:pressurize (2bps)
    Fert:Brighty K,Lights(everyday) Step2 (every 2day)
    PH:6.8

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  2. CHUNTC

    CHUNTC New Member

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    Let the plants mature and it will be nicer.^:)^
     
  3. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    Will update after the tank matured...thank you :bling:
     
  4. hamza

    hamza Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Nice tank! Stem plants look better when tightly grouped together.

    IMO, it will make a proper iwagumi tank if you can totally avoid plants taller than stones. BG plants can be taller(likee.vivipara, valisneria nana, etc) but their texture shouldnt be dominating the rocks.

    BTW is it 63gallon or 63liter tank?
     
  5. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    oopppsss....my bad...sorry it's 63L
     
  6. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    edited for you the first post

    nice tank, looking promising
     
  7. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    Thanks Jur4ik...
     
  8. Nenad

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    I would say that Your hardscape is too symmetric, but that could be improved by the plants in the future. It`s just... the plants are arranged very symmetrically as well.
    Of course, that`s only my humble opinion, given with honest intends, so no hard feeling, please! :) In general I like it very much (otherwise I wouldn`t bother to post on this topic), and like the rest here, I am waiting for updates.
     
  9. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    thanks Nenad..None taken <):) this is just an experimental tank...i'm just playing with colors..as u can notice red and green..and still learning about stem plants..i guess it's a good start...just sit back and watch they grow :-"
     
  10. Shapap_inc

    Shapap_inc New Member

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    Here's a few shots of my previous scape..really messy,i've reach to a point of laziness to took care of the tank :eyeroll:

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