Top 20 IAPLC 2012 Entries + UKAPS Member Entries

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  1. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Well better later than never, here is the top 20 IAPLC Results plus UKAPS Members entries. Well done everyone that participated.

    1. Zhang Jianfeng (China)
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    2. Siak Wee Yeo (Malaysia)
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    3. Long Tran Hoang (Vietnam)
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    4. Song Pin Chen (Taiwan)
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    5. Yutaka Kanno (Japan)
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    6. Duc Viet Bui (Vietnam)
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    7. Truong Thinh Ngo (Vietnam)
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    8. Chee Keong Teoh (Malaysia)
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    9. Diego Marinelli (Italy)
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    10. Xuan Thuy Nguyen Thi (Vietnam)
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    11. Toshifumi Watanabe (Japan)
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    12. Wang Chao (China)
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    13. Su En Zong (China)
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    14. Robertus Hartono (Singapore)
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    15. Timucin Sagel (Turkey)
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    16. Bernice Sim (Malaysia)
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    17. Hidekazu Tsukiji (Japan)
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    18. Luis Carlos Galarraga (Brazil)
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    19. Leandro Artioli (Brazil)
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    20. Piotr Dymowski (Poland)
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    UKAPS Members entries:​
    67. Viktor Lantos (Hungary)​
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    68. Georgi Chaushev aka Aquadream (Bulgaria)​
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    114. Stu Worrall (UK)​
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    137. Mark Evans (UK)​
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    150. Ed Gercog aka Piece-of-fish (UK)
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    463. James Marshall (UK)​
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    518. Ian Holdich (UK)​
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    630. Ady34 (UK)​
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    1446. Jennifer Brown (UK)​
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    Reference and Top 100 tanks can be found here: TOP 100 IAPLC 2012 ~ igorvarnic.md
    Let me know if I have missed any and I will add it to the list, thanks.​
     
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  2. Arana

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    There is some real stunners in there, well done to all the UKAPS entrants great work guys:clap:
     
  3. Stu Worrall

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  4. Ady34

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    Is that the tank Stu entered? I thought it was apalala shore this year?....EDIT, Stu beat me to it!
    well done ukaps members, some fantastic scapes and great rankings :clap:
    interestingly for me the top 2 scapes were in my iaplc top 3 votes.

    Ian, by any chance can you remember the name of the main echinodorus in your scape please?
     
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  5. LondonDragon

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    Apologies Stu, took the first image of the thread and was last years entry! Should have paid more attention! Corrected now! ;)
     
  6. Arana

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  7. Ian Holdich

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    hey mate, it's a Echinodorus tricolour, by aquafluer. It was a nice echinodorus, it would throw out some nice coloured leaves. Pinks, reds, lime greens, dark greens.

    ps, where's louis scape?
     
  8. LondonDragon

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    Couldn't find it, got a link to photo and place? cheers
     
  9. Piece-of-fish

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    Shame on you Paulo :)
     
  10. LondonDragon

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    I did a search on forum of the people that posted them in their title of the thread, shame on members that did not post their tanks on the right forum or edited their journal :p
     
  11. LondonDragon

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    Eds tank is now on the list at #150 sorry did not look under the sponsor forum :bored: still trying to find Luis not sure if he entered this year!
     
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  13. LondonDragon

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    yeah, thats what I couldn't find!
     
  14. Tamshoe

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    some awesome looking pictures there.
     
  15. Stu Worrall

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    heres a thought for this years entry and how to crop the photo.

    I noticed above that a lot of the high flyers seem to have cropped the edges of their tanks which I assume removes the reflection of the hardscape.

    ie below

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    it looks like he's chopped off about 1-2 inches from the edges here which pushes your viewing more into the centre of the scape. I think Ill see how it looks on mine to crop the edges off.
     
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