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This is my new layout.This work has weeks 3.
Aquarium:120/60/50cm OW- 360 lts
Lighting:4x54W 965 + 1x54W 840
Substrate: Biogrunt + River Gravel granulation 2-5 mm
Ferts & CO2:pA Macro + PA Micro + PA AquaPotas + PA Ferro +co2 system (bottle 3kg)
Filtration:Tetratec1200+skimmer
Plants:
Echinodorus tenellus
Blyxa Japonica
Microsorium sp.philipine
Vesicularia dubyana
Valisneria nana
Crinum calamistratum
Animals:
Microrasbora galaxy
Otociniclus macrospilus
Cardina japonica
Neocardina babaulti,fire red


 

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Setup looks absolutely outstanding...just wish the fish were more visible. I know its pretty generic, but cardinals would look quite nice with the setup.
 

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Beautiful triangular layout! I love the sense of space. Agree with others that that "finger" of driftwood sticking out in the back disrupts the sense of flow in the scape. Perhaps you can turn that piece of wood so that it curves downwards?
 

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very nice and natural looking. I agree with barn owl, move the equipment to the left and the thin piece of wood with the moss should be sloped twards the gravel like the other wood. a school of rummies would compliment the galaxies.
 

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I like the use of the left side for the big part of the scape. Very "Takashi Amano" like. Keep up the good work, and keep updating as it fills in.
 

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Love the tank. Love'n what you are doing with the tank. Thats a really nice piece of driftwood btw.

Keep up the good work!
 

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I like the scape. The central larger piece of driftwood is okay, but this scape might be nicer the largest wood was a piece with more curves facing downward. The wood on the back right side should be removed to emphasize the left portion.

Just my $.02
 
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