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Discussion in 'General Aquascaping and Planted Tank Discussions' started by Garuf, Jun 7, 2012.
Hi Evelyn, Had that as my Screen saver for some time It is a stunning Aquascape
This video shows a nice little (29g) shell dwelling biotope. Shell dwellers are small Tanganyikan cichlids that, in their natural habitat, find refuge in large, empty, snail shells. Check out the video! It's a really nice, natural looking tank and is making me want to start a tank just like it. I love biotopes, and nice looking biotopes even more.
I cannot open the video Nick,
do you mind to set a link here?
Here ya go. I think you'll like it
if that doesn't work then search "Tanganyika Shell Dweller and Cave Dweller Tank"
Humm interesting, this is kind of what I'm talking about http://www.aquascapingworld.com/threads/biotope-or-not.8651/page-2#post-89933 should i go biotope or AquaScape?
These are ther fish I have currently too
Hi Evelyn, That is so wrong and so right at the same time
Can't see anything wrong - it's just nature, too
Thank you guys
Not that I intend to attempt anything this fancy, but here's how it's done...
With all the home appliances and floor coverings being either updated or replaced the next is my office, I have the 75cm Jebo Shrimp tank that will have to be removed to lay the carpet.
That now means a new Aquascape I have already done two very rough sketches and I am about to start a full size plant so that when I am ready every thing is ready as every thing has to be done in the one day.
Wow ! This is beautiful. Love the reflection in the water, the effect it creates. One thing I liked the most is the stems which are growing in various directions naturally. Superb.
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That is certainly a wonderful Aquascape.
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