What do you think? Too much wood...

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Ryan Young, 19 Oct 2015.

  1. Ryan Young

    Ryan Young Member

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    vHTFOD.jpg IxFHKX.jpg 2P1HfO.jpg pNm6Um.jpg lOERzy.jpg

    First of all, I don't people telling me that my substrate and gravel choices are bad or my stone should be moved/ changed. This is simply for feedback on my redmoor placing.


    So with that established, I am setting up a planted aquarium using a 200L (43G) Fluval aquarium. I have a JBL 2kg CO2 setup which i plan to incorporated to the tank, lighting is a All Pond Solutions 2x T5 39w lighting unit which i believe will provide adequate lighting for the plants I am thinking of buying. If any plant ideas, please post as I am very undecided at this moment .

    In my opinion I cannot figure out whether I like the amount of wood I have used as it looks more natural but at the same time feel I may have over done it alot!
    Thanks for reading, hope you can help :)
     
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  2. Ryan Young

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    sorry, just realised there are no pictures. It will not let me add them now. I will re try check my posts if still interested
     
  3. Nelson

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    Can you get the pics bigger ?.Maybe try photobuket.
     
  4. Martin in China

    Martin in China Forum Moderator Staff Member

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    Pictures are indeed to small.
     
  5. rebel

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    You can never have too much wood... :p
     
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  6. kirk

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    I'm not sure about your gravel choice, maybe move the stones abit too.....:D
     
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  7. Paul Kettless

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    as above, pics are too small to be able to make constructive comments
     
  8. dw1305

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    Hi all,
    If we ignore any other possible meanings of the term "wood", I agree more wood = better.

    Like this one
    aquascape-274-front-4.jpg

    cheers Darrel
     
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  9. Mark Livermore

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    The pictures are a little small, but i can barely see the wood so i 'wood' say it is fine...
     
  10. rebel

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    Your wood has me salivating.
     
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  11. chrism

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    ️that's what she said


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