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Nano cave scape #1 - evolution

Kezzab

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Work in progress.

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Kezzab

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Plants are: MC, s repens, hairgrass, AR mini, riccia moss, anubias bonsai, marsilea crenata.

Running 2× Aquel Leddy. Co2 at a high rate (no fish). Soil is mixed of v old jbl proscape and new florabase.

Hardscape is Shap Limestone, liberated from a drystone wall.

Tank is 15ltr, 30cm wide.

Please with how it's turned out so far.
 

Deano3

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Looks great, will be watching this one. What you dosing ?

Thanks dean

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:cigar: I really like it, cheers.

Perhaps removing that little elongated stone on the back left?:pompus:
 

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@CooKieS that's the million dollar question :) Is it distracting or does it add a wee touch of tension? I also think it will be less prominent once the plants around it grow in.

@Paul27 not planning on stocking anything. Its too small for fish. But i may try some cherry shrimp maybe.

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To be fair, shrimp are fascinating to watch just all by themselves. Not sure about other species of shrimp but cherry shrimp seem to grow amazingly quick. Only had mine about 3 weeks and the increase in size is phenomenal. Pretty sure one of them is carrying eggs now too.
 

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So, doing ok. Some melt of old leaves. Question to the expert aquascapers... how could i improve this?

I can add minor tweaks to the hardscape and i can certainly look at plant choice.

I appreciate any thoughts about how to take it up a notch further.

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