#681: 680L Dutch Aquascape: Dutch tanks need no names!
Vin Kutty, Calabasas CA USA
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Awards and Judge Comments

Again a tank with plants that look so great you just wish you could take them out and bring home. For a typical Dutch tank, there are a few too many red plants in the scape. Replace some of those with dark green plants and it would score higher in this category

Marco Aukes

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
72 x 24 x 24 cm (28 x 9.4 x 9.4 in)
Volume
680L (180 gallons)
Background
None
Lighting
BuildMyLED Dutch xB. 3 x 6-foot strips.
Filtration
Three canister filers - Fluvial FX6 and Rena.
Additional Information
Fertilized with Estimative Index macro nutrients and one-quarter EI micros. Rich CO2. pH drop of 1.2 with manual CO2 injection. 65% weekly water change.
Title
Dutch tanks need no names!
Plants
L to R: Nymphoides hydrophylla, Eriocaulon sp. Malayatoor, Alternanthera reineckii Mini, Isoetes lacustris, Ludwigia inclinata var Pantanal, Limnophila sp. Mini Vietnam, Limnophila. sp. Gigantea, Oldenlandia salzmanii, Ludwigia sp. Red, Elatine triandra, Pogostemon sp. Kimberley, Staurogyne cf. spraguei, Barclaya longifolia, Rotala macrandra variegated, Eriocaulon setaceum, Penthorum sedoides, Cryptocoryne sivadasanii, Myriophyllum tuberculatum, Eleocharis sp. Belem.
Fish/Animals
Hyphessobrycon sp., Poropanchax sp., Rasbora dorsiocellata
Materials
None