Photo #1 - Volume: 65x32x34 Cm, 70 Litres (15 Galons) Light...

previous
next
Submitted By: Mariusz on
Photo Caption: Volume: 65x32x34 cm, 70 litres (15 galons) Lighting and photoperiod: 3x 20W (1000lm, 4000K), 11h for day Description of CO2 System: DIY project (CO2 reactor, JBL CO2 Vario - diffuser) Plant spiecies list: Riccia fluitans, Heteranthera zosterifolia, Cabomba caroliniana, Limnophila aromatica, Ludwigia repens green, Eleocharis acicularis, Limnophila aquatica Fish and invertebrate spiecies list: 15 x Cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi), 2 x Siamese algae-eater (Crossocheilus siamensis), 4 x Otocinclus mariae The tank was set up in October 2003. The subtratum is gravel without any fertilizer. Plants were bought alomost in the same time. Aquascape is my own idea. I havent got any serious problems with algae (only incidentally). I add my own-made firtelizer and also N, P and K. Most part of plants is green (except Limnophila aromatica). Fishes and plants create natural contrast. Water parameters: pH=6,2-6,6 gH=10 kH=3 NO3=10 NO2=0 PO4=0,5
planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Volume: 65x32x34 cm, 70 litres (15 galons) Lighting and photoperiod: 3x 20W (1000lm, 4000K), 11h for day Description of CO2 System: DIY project (CO2 reactor, JBL CO2 Vario - diffuser) Plant spiecies list: Riccia fluitans, Heteranthera zosterifolia, Cabomba caroliniana, Limnophila aromatica, Ludwigia repens green, Eleocharis acicularis, Limnophila aquatica Fish and invertebrate spiecies list: 15 x Cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi), 2 x Siamese algae-eater (Crossocheilus siamensis), 4 x Otocinclus mariae The tank was set up in October 2003. The subtratum is gravel without any fertilizer. Plants were bought alomost in the same time. Aquascape is my own idea. I havent got any serious problems with algae (only incidentally). I add my own-made firtelizer and also N, P and K. Most part of plants is green (except Limnophila aromatica). Fishes and plants create natural contrast. Water parameters: pH=6,2-6,6 gH=10 kH=3 NO3=10 NO2=0 PO4=0,5

Rank Info

Ranked #283 out of 2546 planted tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 88.88% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 6.13
This picture has been rated : 327 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 4.81

More Info

Country: Poland
Description: Volume: 65x32x34 cm, 70 litres (15 galons) Lighting and photoperiod: 3x 20W (1000lm, 4000K), 11h for day Description of CO2 System: DIY project (CO2 reactor, JBL CO2 Vario - diffuser) Plant spiecies list: Riccia fluitans, Heteranthera zosterifolia, Cabomba caroliniana, Limnophila aromatica, Ludwigia repens green, Eleocharis acicularis, Limnophila aquatica Fish and invertebrate spiecies list: 15 x Cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi), 2 x Siamese algae-eater (Crossocheilus siamensis), 4 x Otocinclus mariae The tank was set up in October 2003. The subtratum is gravel without any fertilizer. Plants were bought alomost in the same time. Aquascape is my own idea. I havent got any serious problems with algae (only incidentally). I add my own-made firtelizer and also N, P and K. Most part of plants is green (except Limnophila aromatica). Fishes and plants create natural contrast. Water parameters: pH=6,2-6,6 gH=10 kH=3 NO3=10 NO2=0 PO4=0,5

COMMENTS

I like it, but I might add some other colours, maybe a red plant, or something that is a darker shade of green. fish avatar

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

What Are GloFish and How Do You Care for Them?
WHAT ARE GLOFISH AND HOW DO YOU CARE FOR THEM?
If you've ever seen those fluorescent fish at your local pet store and wondered what they are, you'll learn everything you want to know in this article.
Simple Tips for Building a Saltwater Tank Without Breaking the Bank
SIMPLE TIPS FOR BUILDING A SALTWATER TANK WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK
There is nothing more beautiful than a thriving saltwater tank, but these tanks can be expensive to set up and maintain.
Stacking Rocks in Your Aquarium
STACKING ROCKS IN YOUR AQUARIUM
Learn how well stacked rocks can add personality and a natural look to your aquarium.

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES