Entry #103: 110L Aquatic Garden: Dance of the Danios
Tony Gomez, Irvine CA USA | E-mail: beyond_gomer at hotmail.com
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Awards and Judge Comments

Second Place

Well done! This is a perfect example of how large groups of relatively few species of plants can make a dynamic aquascape. The aquarist has done a good job of using contrasts in foliage and color to create in interesting aquascape. My only problems are the somewhat spotty glosso patch and the similarity of the Rotala and Didplis in the left rear corner.

Phil Edwards

Very eye-catching tank, carefully manicured and photographed at its peak. Nice job.

Karen Randall

Triangular composition layout. Stemmed plants in the foreground are not good for long term maintenance

Takashi Amano

Aquascape Details

Tank Size 76 x 30 x 46 cm (30 x 12 x 18 in)
Volume 110L (29 gallons)
Lighting 2x55 AH
Filtration Filstar XP2
Additional
Information
CO2: Pressurized, DIY inline reactor, Milwaukee MA957 & SMS122; DIY ferts
Title Dance of the Danios
Plants Rotala rotundifolia, Diplidis diandra, Ludwigia glandulosa, Limnophila aromatica, Ludwigia repens, Heteranthera zosteraefolia, Hemianthus micranthemoides, Anubias nana, Glossostigma elatinoides
Fish/Animals Poecilia latipinna, Otocinclus sp., Brachydanio rerio, Neocaridina denticulata, Caridina japonica, Neocaridina sp. ‘malayan’
Decorative
Materials
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