Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by diego.s, Feb 20, 2010.
Incredible body of work, congrats!
was wondering what kind of filter you use for those tiny tank ?
Flo , thank you very much, I like what you've said, pretty well defined , to see if one day find the perfect song .
Thank you very much J House .
Dutzone , no use filter for this tank ,the lack of filter can be fixed by changing the water and a small group of snails clean the tank , even layer of muck on the surface .
for tanks of more than 3.5 liters I used small filters such as the photo .
The tanks in the photo, one is 6 liters and a 3.5-liter ,These filters move 60 liters / hour
Truly inspirational, and great to see such imagination at work.
Thank you for the answer,
I see that lamp and that tank....its a very nice looking. Where did you get that small rimless tank and the lamp ? its a beautiful work you have here.
Thank you very much Luis.
You mean San Borondón tanks or recent photo?
San Borondon is a cheap perfume box (perfume went away the trash , it is only interested in the box)
The other two tanks are purchased in aquarium stores, the lamps are not hard to find is two pl 9 w.
thank you very much.
Truly genius. Thanks for sharing
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Thanks to you ghostmonk :yo:
Just incredible! :yo:
Diego, you are genius :rock: Exellent work!
great work! i really could not resist looking every page of this thread of yours again and again:daydream:
may i know how long do you keep each tank?
Komisaru , Pejc , thank you very much .
mr ED That depends, above all the space I have free. Also sometimes I like to keep stored and prefer to do a new one in that tank , maximum time that I saved a mini tank without filter, 3 months, with filter, almost a year.
Thank you very much.
oh i see...some of my friends in the hobby said that small tanks are more prune to algae. how do you keep your small tanks looking neat and healthy all the time before tearing it down for another layout?
If you want to keep clean unfiltered no choice but to good water changes as often as possible ......... and some small snails are also useful as a "cleaning crew".
now you have me searching for big square glass tumblers and acrylic boxes...you are inspiring!---R
Thank you very much bhim .
randy0319 , I always go looking for transparent boxes , perfume, chocolate, toys, etc. , that I may serve to make a mini tank , thank you very much.
Diego this one looks so much bigger than it is!! Bravo :113:
perhaps with cosmetic sand in front of the glass it would look even bigger
Thank you Juri . cosmetic sand ? sorry Juri , What is it?
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