Thx a lot!Norbert S. said:Excellent !
I like a lot your stone work with eleocharis(?), wood is also good
And of course....I like your Tiger shrimp
Could you tell me what light do you use in this tank?
Edit: One more thing....this very small plant in center: what is this? Echinodorus tenellus mini?
Thx a lot! thx for ur suggestion, i will try it!Raul-7 said:Great tank! The rock layout is near perfect, but maybe you could use P. stellata in the left back area instead of the Rotala?
Nice to see a tank that looks just as good the aquascaper..
Hahaha, I mostly active on some Hong Kong sites. You can find most of my tanks there. Yes, I am waiting the Eleocharis to grow and spread through the whole tank.FazTeAoMar said:Hi Gohan.
I´ve been following your work in the japanese forum ( don´t know if it´s allowed to mention forums names others than this one) and i really like it. You have a natural touch for this. I would take Rotala wallichii though on the left side and wouldn´t touch a thing anymore, waiting for the Eleocharis minima to grow and spread.
Love the rotundifolia compact bushes. Very nature. Great tank.
Actually, I have no method to prevent Rotala from growing downwards, but I can see they growing in a pattern that they will gorw to a "ball" shape when u group them, add-on your cutting skills, you can have a good slope by time(cutting several times)Raul-7 said:BTW, do you know how to prevent Rotala sp. 'Green' from growing downwards? How much light do you have over that tank?