#311: 120L Aquatic Garden Christopher Robin's childhood memories

Denys Gudyma Nikolaev city, Ukraine

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 80 × 35 × 45 cm
Title Christopher Robin's childhood memories
Volume 120L
Background large sheet of paper
Lighting handmade light based on 3 watt LEDs + 2 lamps g13 18 watt 830
Filtration tetra ex 1200
Plants Anchor moss / Taxiphyllum sp.
Taxiphyllum sp. 'Flame', Flame moss
Vesicularia sp. China Moss
Weeping moos / Vesicularia ferriei
Triangle moss (Cratoneuron filicinium)
Queen moss (Amblystegiaceae sp."Manaus")
Bucephalandra sp. Kualakuayan
Riccardia chamedryfolia (Coral moss)
Pearl Moss
Gunung Panti Johor Malaysia
Callicostella prabaktiana - moss sp. "Sumater"
Bubble moss
Creeping Moss - Vesicularia sp
Willow Moss - Fontinalis antipyretica
moss sp. "Thamarassery"
Plagiochilaceae sp. Cameroon
Durieus Quell moss
Callicostella prabaktiana - moss sp. "Sumater"

Cryptocoryne walkeri var. lutea
Cryptocoryne x willisii
Cryptocoryne lucens
Cryptocoryne wendtii «Brown»

Micranthemum sp. Monte Carlo
Elatine Triandra
Sagittaria subulata
Echinodorus "aspersus"
Echinodorus parviflorus «tropica»
Hygrophila Pinnatifida
Staurogyne green
Blyxa japonica
Anubias barteri var. nana
Ludwigia Pink sp
Vallisneria nana

Microsorum pteropus"Philippine"
Microsorum pteropus "Narrow"
Mikurosorium sp. "Bali"
Microsorum pteropus "Semi Narrow"
Microsorum pteropus "Fork Liaf "
Microsorum pteropus "Trident"
Microsorum pteropus "Undulata"
Microsorum sp. "Cross"
Microsorum pteropus "Red"
Microsorum pteropus "Tropica"
Microsorum pteropus "Windelоv"
Microsorum pteropus "Narrow K"
Microsorum sp. "Giant Sarawak"
Microsorium sp from Sumatra
Asplenium cf. normale - "Crepidomanes Auriculatum"
Animals Otocinclus Affinis
Microrasbora sp. 'Galaxy'

Neocaridina blue/black/red/orange
Materials ada soil+ELOS PremiumSoil black
Additional Information I was inspired to create this project by a snag that I found in the river, "it would be a good house," I thought, remembering a recently watched film about any character from my childhood Winnie the Pooh. Of course, it turned out far from perfect and of course my camera did not take a very high quality, but I am satisfied with the work. I hope you will like it too. I made the door from a broken wooden folding chair and fixed everything with construction foam. Thanks for your attention

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