#303: 120L Aquatic Garden: Ephemeral Nature
Roberto Luiz Longarço, São Paulo São Paulo Brazil
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Awards and Judge Comments

The stems in the back are slightly too high, and seem a day or two past their ideal trim date. The rockwork is very well done. Nice scape!

Kris Weinhold

The planting in this tank is complex and ellegant. I'd like to see a bit stronger rockwork as a counterpoint, however. The huge rock on the left is not balanced by the small rocks on the right.

Karen Randall

That's quite a list of plants that are used in this tank! The flora and fauna all appear to be in great shape and the use of different plant textures is well done. My only suggestion would be to prune down the background stems on the right side to shape it so it doesn't appear to float above the main aquascape. Good job!

Bailin Shaw

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
100 x 35 x 35 cm (39 x 14 x 14 in)
Volume
120L (32 gallons)
Background
Black Vinil
Lighting
4 x T5 Fluorescent bulbs 24W and 2 x T8 Fluorescent bulbs 30W
Filtration
4 x Eheim Ecco Easy 60 2234
Additional Information
Fertilization: Everyday (Seachem products) CO2:1 bubble per second O2: In night photoperiod
Title
Ephemeral Nature
Plants
Rotala rotundifolia, Rotala wallichii, Rotala nanjenshan, Ludwigia arcuata, Ludwigia brevipes, Limnophila sp Vietnam, Hemianthus micranthemoides, Cryptocoryne beckettii, Microsorum pteropus Philippine, Microsorum pteropus Windelov, Pogostemon helferi, Staurogyne sp, Echinodorus tenellus "blood", Eleocharis acicularis, Eleocharis minima, Utricularia graminifolia, Marsilea hirsuta, Glossostigma elatinoides, Callitriche sp, Hemianthus callitrichoides "cuba", Nambei moss, Riccardia chamedryfolia, Fissidens fontanus
Fish/Animals
20 x Tanichthys albonubes 50 x Neocaridina Denticulata
Materials
Substrate: Amazônia Mbreda Rock and driftwood