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i believe that iwagumi is mostly low growing plants with accented rocks. often times slate is used to make interesting rock shapes. some of the more common plants in these scapes are glosso, hc, riccia, and dwarf hairgrass. i love this style of tank because you don't really have to trim. i personally think that they would be very easy to keep. i may be proven wrong though. some examples are red barron's tank of the month photo, and also this one, which is one of my personal favorites:



and red barron's tank of the month:

 

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do you mean the golden rule robert? i am not sure what they use, but i'm sure there is a math equation to make it look pleasing to the eye.


and norbert, i can definately see how there could be algae problems. i was just referring to the trimming aspect. didn't even think about all that lighting.
 
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