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JB - 90P

J-Bonham

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Hi, this will be my step up from a 60p that's been going nearly 2 years now.

The 90p has actually been scaped for a while now but i'm yet to build the cabinet for it so plans are on hold! I've still been really enjoying the 60p too so i've had no real rush to get water in this one. I only really have time to run one tank, to the 90 will be the replacement for the 60.

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papa_c

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Great looking scape, gives plenty of room for planting options.....
 

_Maq_

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Czech Republic
Ah yes. The path in-between. I think I've seen something similar already. Once. Or twice, perhaps...;)
 

J-Bonham

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This is the final scape, lots of room upfront for epiphyte plants, I’ve leant from the 60 to give the plants a bit more room to grow out.

The big “trunk” is too high for my liking so this will be trimmed down to bring a bit more balance.

Loads of room out back for both ease of maintenance and to let plants grow to their full potential. Something I’ve struggled with somewhat on the 60p

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I’ll chop the top off and add some sand in the foreground then update with more pictures.
 

J-Bonham

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I’ve been toying with the idea of a “cork” cabinet for ages, I’ve chucked a tester together tonight and I think it will look great!

I’ll be building the carcass out of birch ply as it’s lovely to work with and really strong. I’ll then laminate some thin cork over the top essentially using the cork as a decorative veneer.

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