#38: 645L Aquatic Garden: Vernal equinox
Chow Wai Sun, Hong Kong China | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

Third Place

I cannot get enough of your layout! I wish I could see it in person. with respect, I will tell you to pay more attention no size of your plant groups when you do a 2:1 layout. Is good; but I think it can be done even better, making it much better looking than what alreday is.

Luis Navarro

This is an interesting layout. However, it is a bit too young and I would like to see this tank develop a bit more. How does it look now two months later?

Ole Pedersen

A lot of work has clearly gone into this tank, and it is very pretty. It could be even better, however, if the aquarist had not divided the tank so evenly in half. The result makes it look almost like two separate aquascapes sitting side by side.

Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
165 x 60 x 65 cm (65 x 24 x 26 in)
645L (171 gallons)
metal halide lamp 150 watt X 3 (9hrs daily)
canister filter ( 750L/hr ) X 2 biological ceramic rings, filter foams
Additional Information
fertilization : TMG,ADA brighty K,Seachem iron,ECA substrates : ADA power sand special,ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia,Penac W, Clear Super, Bacter100
Vernal equinox
1)bacopa sp. 3)bacopa sp."pink" 3)mayaca sellowianna 4)fantinalis antipyretica 5)cabomba sp. 6)rotala rotundifolia var. 7)micranthemun umbrosum 8)hemianthus micranthemoides 9)tonina sp. 10)rotala macrandra sp.'green' 11)limnophila sp. 12)rotala rotundifolia 'green' 13)limnophila sp. 14)hemianthus callitrichoides 'Cuba' 15)riccia fluitans 'MINI' 16)ludwigia sp. 17)crassula helmsii 18)hygrophila sp.
1)Hyphessobrycon amandae 2)Trigonstigma espei 3)Nannostomus trifasciatus 4)Crossocheilus siamensis 5)Otocinclus sp. 6)Neocardina sp.
tree bark