#29: 36L Aquatic Garden: Back Home
Yoki Wong, Shaukeiwan, Hong Kong China | E-mail: dearyoki at yahoo.com.hk
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Awards and Judge Comments

I like the established feel of this aquarium. The darker shades of the foliage and the textured background give this aquascape a feeling of age and naturalness which the pebbles in front enhance. However, I feel this aquascape could have been accomplished with more appropriate species of plants. A couple species on the list get too large for a tank of this size.

Phil Edwards

This tank has a nice, settled, grown-in look. It is not as "manicured" as some of the others, but I think that is partly because it has been established for longer than some. There are some plants that will grow too large and need to be removed, but the Anubias stand will carry it through these periods.

Karen Randall

Use of Cryptocoryne and small leaf plants is good. But the stone was too big.

Takashi Amano

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
60 x 20 x 30 cm (24 x 7.9 x 12 in)
Volume
36L (10 gallons)
Background
Processed Foam Board (Brown)
Lighting
FL 15watt x 4 (8 hours)
Filtration
Dual Filtration System AquaClear 200
Additional Information
DIY CO2: non-stop, Change 1/3 water per week), then add 10ml ADA Green Brighty Special Lights
Title
Back Home
Plants
1)Blyxa japonica, 2)Microsorium pteropus, 3)Aubias barteri var. nana, 4)Echinodorus urugwayensis, 5)Echinodorus argentinensis, 6)Cryptocoryne wendtii, 7)Aponogeton longiplumulosus, 8)Vesicularia sp
Fish/Animals
Iriatherina werneri, Chanda ranga, Apple snail, Blue shrimp
Materials
rocks, driftwood