#249: 188.7L Aquatic Garden Dive into the Jungle

NILOY SENGUPTA Howrah, India

Comments

Amazing forest but take care with the use of much driftwoods it is almost a overkill.
When we use red elements among a almost totally green work we draw a lot of attention to these points. It is the case of neo caridinas Shrimps.
The side reflexes could be better too. In this case it is not necessary to see open spaces in the refexes just in the vanishing point in order to give priority to this point.
Well even tha it is a amazinh aquarium congrats and keep aquascaping!
— Andre Longarco

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 91 × 51 × 41 cm
Title Dive into the Jungle
Volume 188.7L
Background White Vinyl and extra white led in the background
Lighting 1 Chihiros WRGB 2 pro 60cm & 1 Neo helios XP800
Filtration Eheim classic 600, Sunsun 303A
Plants MICRANTHEMUM "MONTE CARLO, HC Cuba, Eleocharis Parvula, Eleocharis vivipara, Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, pandita uk, triden mini, needle leaf, bolbitis heudelotii difformis, fissidens nobilis, fissidens fontanus, christmas mini, fissidens mini, riccardia chamedryfolia, bucephalandra varieties like Helena, bronie mini ETC, anubias nana petite, myriophyllum golden, lobelia cardinalis mini etc
Animals Swabwa Rasbora, rummynose rasbora, Siamese Algae eater, red cherey shrimp, amano shrimp, otocinclus catfish
Materials Ada Amazonia V1 & 2, black lava rock, driftwood, Styrofoam, bricks, pumice stone & lava chips
Additional Information I'm a frequent traveller and used to do lots of treks in eastern Himalayan region. Inspiration of this scapes comes from one of the photos I took during my one of my treks. Hence this aquascape is close to my heart❤

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