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Moss Rivage from Portugal

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by jorge_, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. jorge_

    jorge_ New Member

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    Christmas is time for something new and good!
    So here's my new and good innovation...
    Right now I have almost all the stuff, only missing 2x24w light.

    Setup:

    Title: Moss Rivage

    Aquarium: 40 x 40 x 35 -56 Litres

    Lighting: 2x 24w

    Filtration: filter bag 400L \ H

    Filter materials: Glass wool, Sponges.

    Temperature control: 50w jager

    System of substrates: Tropica Aquacare + Aquasoil ADA Amazonia

    CO2 injection: Homemade

    Hardscape: Red Moore Wood+ Seryu stone+ harnesses

    Flora: Bolbitis Heudelotil, Musgo Christmas, Riccia fluitans and Cryptocoryne...

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  2. ghostsword

    ghostsword Aspiring Aquascaper Staff Member

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    It looks nice. Good layout.

    I really like the fact that the moss and wood is on the middle and the moss at the back.
     
  3. lalmeida

    lalmeida New Member

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    Viva,

    Nice work...waiting to see it grown!

    Cumprimentos,

    LAlmeida
     
  4. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    nice start :proud:
    the seal could be transparent and smaller ;)
     
  5. jorge_

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    this time i try the black one, i think that cool!

    the layout its nice?
     
  6. jorge_

    jorge_ New Member

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    New photos
    I note that the water is not crystal!

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    Very nice!!:proud:
     
  8. royvd

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    nice tank and size!!
    i gonna build one simmilar to this one in a few days.
    but why did you use black kit??
     
  9. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Sandy foreground is perfect for corys and shrimps, any thought on fauna yet?
    you might improve the water clarity using seachem purigen;)
     
  10. jorge_

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    yes, i don't know if crs or tigers, than corys pigmeus and ottos!
    i was thinking in 5 iriatherina werneri but i dont know if they eat my shrimps...
    And ty for the purigen.

    royvd- it was only one choice, to see if it became good...
    i like...

    and ty for the coments
     
  11. blackoala

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    nice tank jorge_

    i have 10 iriatherina werneri and 50 red cherry shrimp on my 60cm tank. the shrimps can breed. their mouth is small to eat shrimps..but not sure for baby shrimps..
     
  12. jorge_

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    blackoala- ty.
    i gonna try, than i say something about it:bathbaby:
     
  13. zacks

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    my friend using iriatherina werneri fish for his breeding tank CRS......and he told me that fish is didn't eat for the shrimplets.........because he's already raise shrimplets for 2 generations........lol :D

    hope this will be good news for u jorge
     
  14. jorge_

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    I lots os tys!
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    I got some problems, but now I have solving hims!

    5 Corys pigmeu
    2 red's but very small's !
     
  15. jorge_

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    :=D>Hi guys!
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  16. lalmeida

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    Good evolution. I like the hardscape composition! I think that a clear background would give a better contrast with the plants.

    Bom trabalho!,

    Lalmeida
     
  17. jorge_

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    hi guys some news!
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    enjoy!

    4 crs A
    6 crs S/SS
    2 Golden crs!
    :devil:
     
  18. ghostsword

    ghostsword Aspiring Aquascaper Staff Member

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    good looking shrimp, and the layout took a life of its own. :) The fern grew a lot.
     
  19. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Boas Jorge :)

    Nice looking shrimp, and tank is looking awesome, love the snow whites :)

    Bom trabalho :)
     
  20. wearsbunnyslippers

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    tank filled in nicely!

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    awesome shrimp!
     

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