#678: 73.5L Dutch Aquascape PENGRUMAT

Sigit Khoerul Rhomadhin Kuningan, Indonesia


Vallisneria looks very new planted and not yet growing very healthy. That also counts for the Hydrocotyle.
The soil against the front glass should be hidden.
I find the inhabitants of this aquarium very suitable although a species such as Epyplatus maculatus could also live on the surface. This aquarium is big enough for that.
Technology well hidden and out of sight.
— Bart Laurens
There's a certain simplicity to this tank that I cannot deny. However the two hyper-dominant red groups are well hyper-dominant...as if nothing else matters. Baby Tears can be effectively used as a Dutch street but it must disappear behind another bush of plants to provide the sense of depth that a street is used to achieve. If I were to distill the essence of this tank it would be: two bright red bushes and a green triangle in-between. More tips here: https://www.aquatic-gardeners.org/Articles/Vin-Dutch/
— Vin Kutty
Most plants look healthy and the work on the "street" is impessive same like the stunning reds. However both corner backsides and the left front are too weak to make the composition really work.
— Marco Aukes

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 60 × 35 × 35 cm
Volume 73.5L
Background Sticker
Lighting chihiros wrgb 2 slim 60cm
Filtration Canister filter DIY
Plants 1. Vallisneria Spiralis
2. hygrophila difformis
3. baby tears
4. Vallisneria nana
5. Ludwigia sp red mini
6. hydrocotyle tripartita
7. altenantera rosanervig
floating plants : Limnobium laevigatum
Animals 15 Beunteur Barb,
Shrimp, snail
Materials Soil for aquascape
Additional Information
made in less than 2 months, less time to prepare

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