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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Edis, Mar 1, 2011.
I think balansae will get too long and overshadow the focal point. Maybe some retrospiralis?
T.Amano Complete Works page 195, March 2005 :-p
LOL, good catch mate. Still we can tell this is not his preferred selection. Cyperus H, Isoetes Japonica used more common there.
I have decided to leave the back empty. The tank is 2 months old now and i promise to update the journal in a week when mosses recover after a trim.
It is an easy clean tank with just 78w of light.
Ok, this one is due for an update. Completely even forgot to post a planted picture.
You can see it in the video though.
Aquarium is 3 months old now and maturing nicely.
Hope you like it :hi:
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Probably the best tank running in the world at this present moment, I'm in love.
I was on site last week, it looks amazing, no idea how he keeps the tank so pristine!
It is an amazing scape, and the plants, fish and layout just complement each other so much, truly a work of art.
I am with love with this one, lowest maintenance and no big issues due to little light and lack of stems.
so clean and sharp. It looks great, Edis. I like the video, you get a good idea of the type of flow moving through the tank.
such a beautiful tank. i like watching the video. the choice of music adds a touch of magic.
Absolutely gorgeous, keep us posted with more pictures of this beauty :daydream:
Thank you all for your kind words...
This is some of the nice tank I have seen. Keep it up!
Awesome Video Edis, applause - can´t wait to see this tank in person :113:
that tank just gets more stunning every time! love the video
very nice setup.. awesome.:113:
That is one nice tank matey. Hard to get lots of plants to work but you manage it nicely
Love the Oto grazing part of the video
Love this! And the plant selection could probably work on a low-tech tank as well...I feel inspired!
These are comments from a mature aquascaper. Less is often better, particularly after you tire of work, algae, trimming and collectoritus.
Less light is better. You can still grow other plants also, they just grow SLOWER.
Thanks guys, the tank is getting there. The only plant i need to trim is actually Moss. If there was no moss the scape would be almost no maintenance apart from water changes
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