#222: 225L Aquatic Garden: Tree of life
Boško Jovanović, Belgrade Serbia | E-mail: mdb.natronfrost at eunet.rs | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

I love your huge quantity of plants in your layout...congrats

Oliver Knott

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
121 x 41 x 45 cm (48 x 16 x 18 in)
225L (60 gallons)
2x54w T5 High light (Juwel day + nature)+reflector 14 hours/day
inner integrated Juwel Bioflow
Additional Information
CO2 1-2bps, PPS-pro DIY fert.---.A dead tree that has fallen down from the shore into the river is becoming a shelter for many small fishes and invertebrates. This dead tree is embryo of the shallow water oasis catching the floating plants and with others propagated into the deepness of water from the bank along the tree branches. On the left the main stream of the river is shown with small grassy plants and with higher plants starting to define the left waterside of the river.
Tree of life
Pogostemon (Octopus and Helfery), Ludwigia repens x arcuata , Microsorum pteropus (sp, Windelov and Philipphine), Ceratopteris silliquosa, Hemianthus micranthemoides, Echinodorus tenellus, Bolbitis heudelotii, Marsilea hirsuta, Monosolenium tenerum, Mosses (Java, Spiky, Christmas and Flame), Vallisneria nana, Sagittaria subulata, Hydrocotyle (dissecta and leucocephalla), Rotala sp. "Colorata", Elatine hydropiper, Staurogyne sp, Pistia stratiotes, Riccia fluitans, Eleocharis (acicularis, parvula and vivipara), Cardamine lyrata
Neocaridina denticulata, Caridina multidentata/japonica, Neritine sp., Danio Tinwini, Danio Choprai, Danio margaritatus, Danio Rerio, Danio rerio var frankei, Danio rerio var frankei semi albino, Otocinclus affinis, Ancistrus sp.
red moor wood, roks from the Tassos island