#69: 76L Paludarium Hole in the Wall

Shawn Van Doren Milwaukie, United States


Very attractive little tank! It would be nice if you could hide the spaces that peep through between the rocks. I like the Ivy twining around the oustside of the tank too!
— Karen
This tank has matured nicely with the choice of the plants for the terrarium section growing nicely. Covering the rockwork a little more in the upper section should soften up the rocks above. A little more work on the bottom section with some different species of plants and allowing the ferns to grow in will make the aquarium section look great. Nice looking paludarium.
— Bailin

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 76 × 51 × 76 cm
Title Hole in the Wall
Volume 76L
Background slate
Lighting High performance compact fluorescent
Filtration Filstar base model
Plants Aquarium section: Anubias barteri, Anubias barteri var nana 'marble', Anubias coffefolia, Bolbitis heudoloti, Microsorium pteropus, Riccia fluitans, Vesicularia dubyana, Pistia stratiotes, Cryptoryne sp. Paluderium section: Anubias barteri var nana, Vesicularia dubyana, Riccia fluitans, Sedum sp, Coleus sp, Orchid sp, Epiphyte sp, Adiantum, Jade plant, Sedum sempervivum, garden variety Oregon moss, table fern
Animals Aphyosimion australe, Pineapple sword, long fin danio, snails (sigh)
Materials Substrate is sand and abandoned shells. Small to medium size rocks from Oregon Klamath lake area, one longish lava rock and driftwood. Background of both terrestrial and aquatic section is slate.
Additional Information is a waterfall a gadget Erik?

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