The Green Stream - Aquascaping 90L

Discussion in 'Journals' started by João Miguel Silva, 17 Mar 2015.

  1. João Miguel Silva

    João Miguel Silva Newly Registered

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    Location:
    Sintra, Portugal
    Name: The Green Stream
    Setup Date: 13/03/2015
    Description: The Green Stream was born as an idea a few months, the concept was to replicate the underwater image of a river bank with sand bed where the vegetation brings out the transition between the bed and the margin, which is the perspective in front view. The idea finally materialized throughout this journal with the description of the process and various stages of "growth" of the aquarium, but for now is the description and photos of the first day .

    Tank
    GAD Optiwhite - 65x40x35 - 90L

    Filter
    Eheim Ecco Pro 300

    CO2
    TMC 500g

    Lights
    LED Beamswork 400

    Substrate
    H.E.L.P Advanced Soil Plants
    Sand

    Hardscape
    Dragon Stone
    Wild Wood

    Plants
    Microsorum trident
    Microsorum narrow
    Anubias nana
    Bucephalandra cf. motleyana "Melawi"
    Micranthemum "Monte Carlo"
    Cryptocoryne legroi
    Hygrophila pinnatifida
    Vesicularia montagnei

    Pics Day 1
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  2. Greenfinger2

    Greenfinger2 Member

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    Location:
    Enfield London
    Hi Joao, Fab looking Scape:thumbup: Looking forward to your updates :)
     
  3. Mark D

    Mark D Member

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    Love the scape.
    I will be redoing the aqua scape on my Rio 400 in the next few weeks, dragonstone is going to be a large part of it. Seeing yours makes me think I have made the right choice
     
  4. João Miguel Silva

    João Miguel Silva Newly Registered

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    Location:
    Sintra, Portugal
    Thanks for your words Mark.
    Dragon Stone is a great choice.
    I'm releasing photo updates soon.
     

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