Horizon 130litre Aquascape

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquarium Builds' started by JacksAquariums, Aug 17, 2019.

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  1. JacksAquariums

    JacksAquariumsNew MemberMember

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    Hey guys! I’m a 14 year old kid and have been doing aquariums since I was 10. This is a forest themed aquascape I did today, I used Oliver Knott aquaearth substrage to get about 2 inches deep. Mainly in the tank I’ve been using rizhome plants like Anubias and java fern but I do have s. Repens, Riccia Moss, alternanthera reineckii, and a fair bit of hemianthus callitrichoides (not sure about spelling lol). Only have of the tank is planted, as I basically bought out the whole stock of my lfs. I need to get more wood to finish the other side as I bought the whole stock of the wood at my fish store. What do you think? I think it looks pretty nice.
     

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    MissNoodleWell Known MemberMember

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    I think it looks pretty good! The vertical stands of branches is a nice effect.
     
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    aussieJJDudeWell Known MemberMember

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    Looks good.


    What's that strappy plant, the one with the long green leaves? It looks like mondo grass.
     
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    JacksAquariumsNew MemberMember

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    It’s been much more planted now, with a TON of java fern and anubias.
    AussieJJDude, they are Dwarf Pongol, I have the dwarf varieties in my tanks and in the pond outside I have a huge one. (I live in Victoria so if this plant has survived in my pond for almost a year, it can survive anything ****)
     
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