#222: 64L Aquatic Garden: The Root
CHAI LI HSU, Annan Dist., Tainan City Taiwan (R.O.C.) | E-mail: pcm999 at gmail.com | Aquascaper Website
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Awards and Judge Comments

Unique looking aquascape. I like the fact that this composition divides the tank into three separate sections, but something on the left side looks a bit out of balance to me. The Bolbitis could use a little bit more trimming, as it clutters the top portion of the scape. I think overall, the aquascape would benefit from a little bit more negative space. Nevertheless, it's still a nice tranquil aquarium to enjoy.

Kris Weinhold

Good use of the rocks and driftwood. Rasboras are beautiful and some of my favorite fish. The Eleocharis needs to grow in more or moved to one side of the tank instead of being spread across the middle. The Bolbitus extending out of the driftwood creates chaos in the middle portion and does not work well. Try to offset the middle section so it's not centered.

Bailin Shaw

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
60 x 30 x 36 cm (24 x 12 x 14 in)
Volume
64L (17 gallons)
Lighting
T5 24W*2
Filtration
600L/H
Title
The Root
Plants
Hydrocotyle sp. “Australia” Eleocharis vivipara Microsorium pteropus var. "Windelov" Bolbitis heudelotii Vesicularia sp. Myr. spicatum "Philippines"
Fish/Animals
Rasbora heteromorpha espei Oryzias javanicus Caridina japonica Otocinclus Vestitus