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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Antonio Manfredi, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Still much, but I put a preview of my new project

    Aquarium 90x45x45
    4x39w t5 light
    Pressurized CO2
    Daily fertilizer with macro and micro
    40% water change weekly
    Eheim 2217 and jbl e900

    Plants (sorry for the mistakes in names)

    Micranthemum umbrosum
    Rotala rotundifolia
    Rotala Wallichii
    Fissidens fontanus
    Richardia
    Flame moos
    Vesicularia dubyana
    Bacopa paranai iguazu
    Ludwigia glandulosa
    Ludwigia arcuata
    Eleocharis parvula

    Behind the tank is a mirror that I'm waiting to take off.

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    Regards
     

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  2. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Hello Antonio,

    nice tank :proud:
    How about some tech info?

    What is behind your tank?
     
  3. arjundogra

    arjundogra New Member

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    Hi nice tank, how old is it? and some tech specs will really help:rock:
     
  4. Crispino Ramos

    Crispino Ramos New Member

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    It looks like there are seiryu stones, white sand, driftwood, glass diffuser, intake strainer, hc, moss, glosso, rotala wallichii, limnophila repens mini, ludwigia glandulosa or ludwigia peruensis and ember tetras/hyphessobrycon amandae.

    Thanks for sharing the nice picture.
     
  5. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Of course.

    Aquarium 90x45x45
    4x39w t5 light
    Pressurized CO2
    Daily fertilizer with macro and micro
    40% water change weekly
    Eheim 2217 and jbl e900

    Plants (sorry for the mistakes in names)

    Micranthemum umbrosum
    Rotala rotundifolia
    Fissidens fontanus
    Richardia
    Flame moos
    Vesicularia dubyana
    Bacopa paranai iguazu
    Ludwigia glandulosa
    Ludwigia arcuata
    Eleocharis parvula

    Behind the tank is a mirror that I'm waiting to take off.

    Greetings.

    Sorry for my English, I use translator.
     
  6. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    The tank is mounted about a month
     
  7. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Good eye.

    A little above is a list of plants.

    Regards.
     
  8. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    I´ve put in the tech data into the first post, hope you don´t mind ;)
     
  9. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Actualizo

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    Saludos.
     
  10. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Está espectacular , Antonio.
    un saludo

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    Its superb, Antonio.

    greetings
     
  11. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Gracias Diego :Happy:
     
  12. juanote

    juanote Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Antonio es una maravilla de acuario.
     
  13. Enrico Serena

    Enrico Serena New Member

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    Antonio, it is really beautyful, but watching also the previous picture, in my opinion Umbrosum bush seems to hide too much the rocks group on the left.
    Ciao
     
  14. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Thanks Juanote, Enrico.

    There are a lot less rocks in the area of the umbrosum.
    Anyway I have provided a little narrow aisle and probably play some more rock to it.

    Regards.
     
  15. royvd

    royvd New Member

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    realy great scape!!!
    always wondering on how people get their rotala purned in a shape like that.
    tell me the secrets
     
  16. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    Algunos detalles

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    Saludos
     
  17. Krak

    Krak New Member

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    Very beautiful aquarium, want to notice that Prozerpinaka looks at oneself much beautifully peering out Mikrantemum
     
  18. Antonio Manfredi

    Antonio Manfredi New Member

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    A current image.

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  19. Brust

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    Hello,
    This tank arrived at its peak. Really beautiful and these details stress the depth.

    Great aquarium.
     
  20. Karlo

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    Great aquarium! What supstrate are you using?
     

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