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Reditum

xtevo

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Budapest, HUNGARY
"Reditum" = Coming back
I had to take a huge break (ages...) from aquaristic, planted tanks etc. University, job, new job, moving to a new house, renovating... :D
But now, finally I can start a tank again, jay!

Here are the specs:

TANK
70x30x35 (73,5L) 6mm float glass
FILTRATION
Tetratec EX700
LIGHTING
Hagen Glo 1x24W (Osram Daylight)
HEATING
Jager 75W
COOLING
-
SUBSTRATE
Akadama
Aquatic Nature Pro Soil + JBL Kugeln
DECORATION / HARDSCAPE
~10kg lava stone
3db red moor + little branches
DOSING
Green Aqua Micro + Macro
Easy Carbo
Co2: nincs
FLORA
Soon
FAUNA
Soon
 
I have managed to do the hardscape today, take a look. ;)
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Reditum - Hardscape 20170102 by István Tóth, on Flickr

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Reditum - Hardscape 20170102 - 2 by István Tóth, on Flickr

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Reditum - Hardscape 20170102 - 3 by István Tóth, on Flickr

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Reditum - Hardscape 20170102 - 4 by István Tóth, on Flickr
 
Impressive. Subscribed.
Thanks! Appreciate it! ;)

Looking good :)
Sent from my D6603 using Tapatalk
Thanks! ;)

Awesome! Are you thinking of having any emersed growth on the branches?
Thanks! ;) Mind reader... Yes, that's my plan. Time will tell.

That's a darn good start. What plants do you have in mind?
Thanks! ;) Stau at the edge of the lava stone and substrate. Moss species on the branches (not full!), and the smaller lava stones. Some kind of hydro/grass at the back. And my favorite: anubias petite.

the last shot look awesome
Thanks! ;) One of my favorite also.

Hi Steve, Welcome back my friend :thumbup: Scape looks fantastic :cool:
Hey Roy! Thanks mate! ;)
 

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The branches on the substrate look pretty cool, to bad they will be overgrown with plants and you won't be able to see them anymore. Are you able to lift them a little higher?
Yes, they are just additions, seperate pieces and not attached to anything. ;) I'm thinking about the foreground plating.
 
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