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CovaMoura

tmiravent

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Hi,
starting my first journal, CouvaMoura.
It's my second try with this nano/panoramic tank.
This time i'll try the stones.
Here is the first image:
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cheers,
tiago
 

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tmiravent

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Setup
Tank GAD: 100x23x17 (30 liters)
Light DIY Led Gu10 with 4 independent channels [ 3xBLUE 1,3W + 2xRED 1,3W + 2x4W 4000ºK + 4x3W 6500ºK + 2x4W 6500ºK dimmable]
HELP Specialized Plant [and maybe black volcanic sand above, the Help substrate is too light]
Eheim 2211 and connected to a bigger tank (for heating, filtering, fertilizing, Co2, etc)

plants (already in stock)
vallisneria spiralis mini
eleocharis sp mini
staurogyne repens
rotala nanjenshan
hemianthus micranthemoides (para o arranque)
hemianthus callitrichoides
alternanthera reineckii 'Mini'


To buy (or not)
Anúbia petit ou nana
Pogostemon Helferi (1 or 2 )
Ríccia dwarf (maybe)
Utriculária graminifolia
2 small surprises

Fish
corydoras habrosus
corydoras pygmaeus
boraras
Shrimp (not shore yet)
 

tmiravent

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Hi there Nuno!
This tank is really difficult, to small for most plants. I'm learning to think small, it's a challenge.
I'm letting the stones for some time to play and adjust them i'll glue them!

The green list is what i have already! The alternanthera reineckii 'Mini' is doing fine (your production)!
The ones that i need Anúbia petit, P. Helferi and U. Graminifoilia (but very small portions).
I have lot's of plants (in the big one) if you need anything for your next tank just knock my door! :cool:

Nice to see you here,
cheers
tiago
 

James O

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Hard to tell without substrate but I like the first layout. The lighting is great btw

You should be building traditional stone walls for a living ;)
 

James O

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Still no.1 ;)
 

James O

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I think the tiny fill in stones really made the first one
 
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