#86: 24L Aquatic Garden: A Different Kind of Shrubbery
Carl Stenbratt, Vallda Sweden | E-mail: scarl91 at hotmail.com | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

This appears almost chaotic in its design but overall the effect is pleasing. The large crypt leaves spoil the sense of scale a little, but the other textures and colour work well. I feel this aquascape may also benefit from some more visible rocks or wood.

George Farmer

Very pretty tank, rich with texture. The Cryptocoryne leaves seem a little coarse for this size scape.

Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
40 x 25 x 25 cm (16 x 9.8 x 9.8 in)
Volume
24L (6 gallons)
Background
Black, of texture.
Lighting
2 x 11watt compact flourescent tubes (Osram 840 tubes). They are not very efficient tubes.
Filtration
Azoo Mignon 360 (360 l/h) with filterwool and JBL MicroMec.
Additional Information
I dose PMDD (KNO3, KH2PO4 and Micro+) and EasyCarbo. I have a pressurized CO2 tube and I use a Rhinox 1000 glass diffuser.
Title
A Different Kind of Shrubbery
Plants
Hemianthus micranthemiodes, Riccia fluitans, Cryptocoryne wendtii "Green", Rotala wallichii, Didiplis diandra, Ludwigia repens (Super Red), Cryptocoryne cordata "Rosanervig"
Fish/Animals
Cardinaltetras
Materials
Eco-Complete with Tropica plantsubstrat underneath. I have placed some small black stones in the scape, almost invisible behind the plants.