#23: 380L Aquatic Garden: Mysterious Bermuda
Jamie Lin, Kaohsiung TW Taiwan | E-mail: ferrari6699 at gmail.com
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Awards and Judge Comments

Another clean and simple aquascape that for some reason is extremely compelling to my eye. I commend your restraint in the number of fish. The small number enhances the feeling of space even more. I almost think I could be in Spittle Pond in Bermuda!

Phil Edwards

Amazing exercise in creating depth with wood. The wood is unique and positioned perfectly. The planting is a little plane in nature. Some closer attention to plant selection and position would have made this layout even stronger.

Jason Baliban

Nice use of different width logs to lend depth to the tank. But they are just too heavy for the types of plants chosen. I think the wood on the floor is supposed to represent roots, but they are not substantial enough for "trees" of this size, so look a little contrived.

Karen Randall

Very interesting use of wood to create depth in the tank. The use of the Eleocharis vivapara in the background give the tank an almost ethereal feel. Nicely done!

Bailin Shaw

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
120 x 60 x 55 cm (47 x 24 x 22 in)
Volume
380L (101 gallons)
Lighting
40W T8 x 6
Filtration
EX 120 x 2
Additional Information
ADA + pss
Title
Mysterious Bermuda
Plants
1. Hemianthus Callitrichoids "Cuba" 2. Bolbitis heudelotii 3. Glossostigma elatinoides 4. Echinodorus tenellus 5. Vesicularia sp 6. Microcarpaea minima 7. Blyxa japonica 8. Eleocharis vivipara
Fish/Animals
1. Cardinal tetra
Materials
driftwood,Bark