#134: 20L Paludarium A corner of rivulet

Lui Chi Keung Hong Kong SAR, China

Comments

Pretty little tank. Your emersed plants are lovely, though I think the Bromeliad is a bit overpowering in this small display. Your land/water interface is handled nicely. Unfortunately, your water area lets you down. The watersprite planlets look like an afterthought... certainly they can't have been here long, or they would have taken over the whole tank at this point. Re-think your water plants, perhaps going to some smaller Cryptocoryne or Anubias. Of course, there are many other small plant options if you have enough light and CO2 down there.
— Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 28 × 30 × 24 cm
Title A corner of rivulet
Volume 20L
Background None of background used
Lighting Lighting:
Home-made acrylic hood with energy saving bulb(11W=36W)
Filtration No any filtration used
Plants Flora:
Land: Mosses & liverworts, Riccia fluitans, Selaginella sp., Bromeliad sp., Gesneriaceae sp., Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides, Eriocaulon cinereum.
Water: Java moss, water ferns, Azolla pinnata R.Brown.
Animals Fauna:
Pygmy gourami (Trichopsis vittata) x2,Beehorn snail (Clithon Sp. Burnble) x1, Cherry shrimp (Neocaridina heteropoda) x4
Materials Landscape substrates:
Land: Multi-Zeolite,anti-ammonia rock,bamboo carbon,peat moss.
Water: River sand, lava rocks

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