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want to redo aquascape ( believe i can do better)

Discussion in 'General Aquascaping and Planted Tank Discussions' started by mstasa, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. mstasa

    mstasa New Member

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    I want to redo this aquascape. it was my first one. I truly believe i can do way better. What do you guys think. Any suggestions. Best way to replant the dwarf hair grass?(cut in large squares and plant in patches if it were to stay in large thick mats) What would be the best way to save most of the snails mainly large trumpet snails. ( should i place everyting in a large clear tub and hand pic them out?)

    Want to make a sand path in the middle but place dividers to prevent the dwarf hairgrass from growing in the sand. place black rocks over the dividers to hide them if they were to be showing. Use some driftwood and some other kind of structure on each side of the path. and plant dwarf hairgrass, red ludwigia, and broad leaf ludwigia.

    Open to suggestions or comments.
     

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  4. Carolina

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    These scapes are similar to yours:
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    by emrextreme

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    By Jason

    The point is that your rocks need to be repositioned so as to not be a distractioin.
     
  5. valentip90

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    i would definitely play with the elevation of your scape. not so flat.
     
  6. Big Dog

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    I like your red plants. I think you have started off on the right foot. Keep up the good work. Check out my first planted fish tank and tell me what you think of it.
    Thanks
     
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    What kind of filter do you have in your fish tank? [​IMG]
    by emrextreme

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