Photo #1 - Hi I Made The 3d Background Myself The Rock In T...

previous
next
Submitted By: Thomas on
Photo Caption: Hi I made the 3d background myself the rock in the foreground is spaghetti rocks that came with a used tank i bought along with a few plants.Not really what you would call a heavily planted tank but I don't want to use co2 and HO lighting
46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Hi I made the 3d background myself the rock in the foreground is spaghetti rocks that came with a used tank i bought along with a few plants.Not really what you would call a heavily planted tank but I don't want to use co2 and HO lighting

Rank Info

Ranked #1084 out of 2560 planted tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 57.66% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 4.99
This picture has been rated : 125 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.24

More Info

Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aqua one 980 in silver 210L 1x aquaone aquis 1000 1X all pond solutions 1500lph external filter 2 x power glo lights 36" 1 x aqua Glo 30" 2 x wave master circulation pumps
Advice: Take your time in planning your tank and picking its inhabitants, Be Patient in cycling your new tank
Fish Kept: 20x blue neon tetras 15x ember tetras 7x green tiger barb 3x female betta 6x white cloud minnows 2x corydoras catfish
Corals/Plants: sunset hygro Amazon sword and a few others that are yet to be name I acquired from a used tank
Tank Size: 46 gallons

COMMENTS

There are no comments on this photo yet.

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

Guide for Keeping Anemones in a Reef Tank
GUIDE FOR KEEPING ANEMONES IN A REEF TANK
Keeping anemones in a reef tank can be a challenge if you are not fully prepared.
Recommended Species for Nano Tanks
RECOMMENDED SPECIES FOR NANO TANKS
Cultivating a nano tank can be an exciting challenge but unless you choose the right fish for your tank, you may be in trouble.
Tips for Spotting Signs of Distress in Your Fish Before It's Too Late
TIPS FOR SPOTTING SIGNS OF DISTRESS IN YOUR FISH BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE
When you see signs of stress in your fish, you can then take steps to identify the source of that stress and then to resolve it before it becomes a major issue.

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES