#317: 182.2L Dutch Aquascape Departure for Adventure

TAISEI SASAKI Tokyo, Japan

Comments

My first impression: Recognizable as a Dutch Style tank but the water is not completely clear and the interior is a bit messy especially in the middle of the tank..
This aquarium is too small for two large solitary plants such as the red Lotus and the Barclaya.
19 different species of plants including some large specimens is a lot for an aquarium of this size.
This aquarium would look much calmer with fewer plant species and larger groups.
Technology well hidden and out of sight.
— Bart Laurens
Water looks hazy and cloudy. Tank looks recently worked on and hasn't had a chance to settle yet. Plant groups need clearer definition and contrast. And once again red plants in the middle in yet another tank - did I miss a memo about this? Lots of rare plants but there are simply too many varieties for a small like. More tips here: https://www.aquatic-gardeners.org/Articles/Vin-Dutch/
— Vin Kutty
So much red plants are used that it is hard to see where one group ends and another starts.
— Marco Aukes

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 90 × 45 × 45 cm
Title Departure for Adventure
Volume 182.2L
Background Black
Lighting HaruDesign Light STAFF VA 6K ×2
Filtration EHEIM type 2217
EHEIM type 2213
Plants 1. Cryptocoryne sp. (from India Bhoothathan kettu type:A)
2. Syngonanthus sp. (from Belem)
3. Cabomba caroliniana ‘Silver green’
4. Pogpstemon stellatus 'broad reaf'
5. Red Dwarf Nymphaea (from Rio Tapajos)
6. Staurogyne sp. 'Red line'
7. Ludwigia inclinata dark orange
8. Stratiotes aloides
9. Cryptocoryne 'Flamingo'
10.Murdannia sp.’Guinea Red’
11.Rotala Pusilla (from Wayanad)
12.Barclaya Logifolia'green' (from Thailand)
13.Cabomba sp. (from Belem)
14.Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata'Pantanal'
15.Limnophila sp.
16.Alternanthera reineckii 'Bronze'
17.Nymphoides minima
18.Alternanthera reineckii (from Parana)
19.Hygrophila sp.(from Araguaia Red Sharp Leaf form) 
Animals 50 Otocincrus sp.
30 Melanotaenia praecox
50 Caridina japonica
10 Crossocheilus siamensis
Materials Substrate : Japanese river sand + Keto clay + Fermented oil cake

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