#78: 64L Aquatic Garden: tetra park
hedson hinojosa, zihutanejo guerrero mexico | E-mail: hedson.hinojosa at gmail.com | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

A pleasant 'jungle' style layout that must be a great home to your tetras! Some considered pruning and general maintenance i.e. cleaning the green algae from the rear glass would make the aquascape appear more presentable.

George Farmer

This looks like you might have started with a reasonably good planting plan, but it has all grown together. It is pleasant and healthy. but lacking clear focus. Some hardscape; rocks wood or both, could help you define areas of the aquascape more effectively.

Karen Randall

From a purely aquascaping perspective, reduce the number of plant varieties for a less busy display. Organize and trim the plant types into distinct groupings. The tank will look less scattered for it. Find a way to intrduce an eye catching focal point. Without it aquascapes are reduced to mere plant farms.

Bob Vivian

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
60 x 30 x 36 cm (24 x 12 x 14 in)
Volume
64L (17 gallons)
Lighting
2X65 watt 10k and 65k coralife aqualight. 10hours per day
Filtration
eheim 2213
Additional Information
ADA aquasoil II, fluorish, exel, NPK from seachem; ADA green bright, ADA special lights. beetlecounter,CO2 from cilinder, spiro 3000 difuser.
Title
tetra park
Plants
rotala sp.green,rotala indica, rotala macandra green, eleocharis vivipara, glosostigma elatinoides,rotala nanjenshan,mayaca sellowiana, hemianthus micranthemoides, micrantemum umbrosium, pogostemon stellatus, rotala walichii,echinodorus tennellus, Taxiphyllum Barbieri,anubia nana,poligonum sp., hygrophyla polispermavar. rosanervis.
Fish/Animals
neon tetra, glow light tetra, otocinclus,
Materials
just a pice of driftwood with moss