#47: 302L Aquatic Garden: aquatic scenario.
Jesús Sarrías, Pamplona Spain
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Awards and Judge Comments

This aquascape is excellent for showing off the Cardinal tetras living in it. The darker plants help the fish pop out at the viewer. It's not a bad aquascape either. Using a greater variety of stemplants in the background and trimming them so that they fill in rather than grow up would enhance the aquacape. The lobelia could use some bolstering too, the planting looks a bit thin. I like the thin planting of the large Echinodorus tenellus. They're planted just thick enough to look full, but are far enough apart to really let them show off. I'm reminded of a short palms or Cycads.

Phil Edwards

The plants were just planted.

Takashi Amano

Pleasant tank, but your stem plants need some time and pruning to help them fill out and become bushier. Your clumps of Java moss are a little distracting too.

Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
140 x 40 x 54 cm (55 x 16 x 21 in)
Volume
302L (80 gallons)
Background
paper black
Lighting
36x4 watt.
Filtration
extern. 2235 and 2233 eheim
Additional Information
inject co2,liquid fertilizer every week and change 1/3 volume each two week.
Title
aquatic scenario.
Plants
anubia nanas,cryptocoryne wendt,c.willis,echinodorus,heteranthera zosterifolia,limnophila sessiflora,sagittaria subulata,vallisneria,,vesicularia dubyana,lemna minor,microsorum pteropus
Fish/Animals
hemigramus rhodostomus,cheirodon axelrodi,corydoras,,trichogaster leeri,sphaerichys osphromenoides,carydina japonica.
Materials
black sand and wood(two pieces)