39. Agua caida

39. Agua caida 120 x 45 x 45

Información adicional

  • Filtración: 2 Cristal Profi 1501
  • Iluminación: 2HQIx150w NAG GREEN ADA
  • Sustrato: Power Sand Special L Aquasoil Amazonia
  • Fauna: Axelrodia Sp Blue, Caridina Multidentata
  • Flora: Rotala Rotundifolia, Rotala Sp Colorata, Rotala Sp Green, Hemianthus Callichitrioides Cuba, Micranthemum Monte-Carlo, Anubias Pangolino, Anubias Nangi, Anubias Petite, Fissidens Miroshaki, Bucephalandra Lamandau Purple.
  • Mantenimiento: 1 cambio de agua semanal del 50%
  • Abonado: Brighty K, Green Brighty Step 1-2, Shade, Green Gain, Phyton Git, Green Bacter.
  • HardScape: Dragon Stone

4 comentarios

  • Enlace al Comentario Diego Marinelli Martes, 10 Octubre 2017 00:44 publicado por Diego Marinelli

    Clean, straightforward, harmonic, perhaps too simple but very well done

  • Enlace al Comentario Fernando B. Francischelli Sábado, 30 Septiembre 2017 14:29 publicado por Fernando B. Francischelli

    Landscape muito bem realizado, com ótima harmonia das rochas, dando um ar bem natural ao aquario, acredito que a colocação de mais plantas no primeiro plano valorizaria ainda mais a composição e a colocação de pedras menores com musgos, detalhes pequenos, na faixa da areia cosmética, seria muito bem vindo. Outro ponto importante apesar dos peixes estarem bem colocados na foto, um maior numero de peixes deixaria ainda mais harmonioso o aquario.

  • Enlace al Comentario Dave Chow Sábado, 23 Septiembre 2017 10:42 publicado por Dave Chow

    good layout design but i suggest more variation of plants species.

  • Enlace al Comentario Voul Tou Miércoles, 20 Septiembre 2017 11:25 publicado por Voul Tou

    That's a very nice layout, for sure. I like the « movement » of the rocks very much and the way you have used plants as rotala sp green, hemianthus, micranthemum and anubias. The cosmetic sand is used in an interesting way too. The main thing that is disturbing me is the stem plants in the background. I think that it would have been better if you had let them grow more in order to form big multicolored clumps touching the surface. It could have given more impact to the layout and a little more poetry. The little spot of flame moss are disturbing too because they don't look very « natural ». Maybe spot of eleocharis could have been better. The last thing that I don't like so much is the moss you used on the stones and the way you use it : Fissidens is not the right one to use in this layout in my opinion and it is disposed in a « patchy » way and that looks a bit « artificial ». Anyway, it's still an excellent work !

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