my planted tanks

nico

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Hi ,

here are the planted tanks i realized in the past 2 or 3 years , hope you like it :D

240L , Sonata



36L , Kamikakushi , low tech



240L , in lucem sanctam



65L , "classic nature aquarium"



65L , "classic iwagumi"



65L , "la clairiere" (never been finished)



240L , "mino no yama"



97L ,



65L , "alternative take"



65L , "douce ambiance"



i'll put some closer shots soon ;)
 

flygja

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The first one, Sonata and the 97L unnamed one are my favourites. The rest are plenty superb too. How do you get those red plants so red?
 

Woodpecker

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These are absolutely lovely tanks - congratulations on such an accomplishment, a real pleasure to look at. :D

Could you add some information about the tanks regarding the set-up and maintenance routines?

Cheers,
Sue
 

samc

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i agree that they all look great i do have a couple of favorites though ;)
 

LondonDragon

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Great set of tanks Nico :) you sure know what you doing ;) congrats and looking forward to your future scapes
 

Garuf

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They're some of my favourite tanks of the moment, yours and sabats.
I know your secret though, I know it's actually those parrots of yours doing the scaping. Like an avian "ratatouille". :twisted:
 

skinz180189

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Great looking tanks, some great ideas I might borrow/adapt in the future. They must cost an arm and a leg to maintain & purchase all that lot!
 
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