12. Moleta de Menut

12. Moleta de Menut 150 x 50 x 50

Información adicional

  • Filtración: eheim 2217 ,mas bomba de 2000 litros hora
  • Iluminación: 5 tbus t5 80 w,865,7horas diarias
  • Sustrato: volcanica y silice
  • Fauna: pterophyllum scalare,poecilia wingei endlers,ramirezi,betta splendens,ancistrus
  • Flora: anubias petites,bucephalandras,musgos (spiky,weeping,fissidens),microsorums(trident,windelov,narrow),bolbitis,hydrocotile tripartita,hygrophilila pennatifida
  • Mantenimiento: cambios de agua semanales de 150litros,y poda semanal,un año de antiguedad
  • Abonado: NPK mas kelamix
  • HardScape: todo el material es local,tanto piedras como madera

4 comentarios

  • Enlace al Comentario Martial Maqua Sábado, 13 Octubre 2018 17:04 publicado por Martial Maqua

    good natural feeling on this layout, i bet your fish feel home in this tank

  • Enlace al Comentario Takayuki Fukada Miércoles, 12 Septiembre 2018 13:03 publicado por Takayuki Fukada

    I think this layout is generally a wonderful work and I like the natural impression. However, countless twigs feel very noisy and making the impression worse. Especially the twigs in the middle area should be removed to show space.

  • Enlace al Comentario Josh Sim Lunes, 27 Agosto 2018 11:03 publicado por Josh Sim

    A nice natural tank, but i do not know where to focus my eyes. the tank look a bit too "busy" to me. A focal point to rest the eyes is always important in a layout.

    Lower water level and a brighter background can improve the layout (in photo) significantly.

    The creator should resist himself/herself from using too many things in a layout and make the layout overly crowded, this tank look busy and crowded from top to bottom. less is more. Another way to make the layout less "busy" is to arrange the small branches of wood following certain flow, now the small woods are pointing to all the direction and they are making the layout even busier.

  • Enlace al Comentario André Longarço Lunes, 20 Agosto 2018 20:40 publicado por André Longarço

    Huge tank!! Good skills and a lot of notion of proportions, but the driftwood in the center united the both sides, breaking the balance between the two main elements. At this way, I cannot undestand which is the priority among both sides. The strong flow, that comes from right to left, and from back to front is confused by this wood in the center. The foreground is linear, maybe some bays with white sand and gravel inside the middleground help to break this square sensation.
    I liked the Scallares but I missed another secondary shoal of small Tetras, for exemple.

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