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I'm actually inspired enough by your scape to start experimenting a bit myself and am growing out a couple different mosses to at some point rescape a shrimp tank I just basically threw together here in a few months. Nothing as amazing or as wonderful as yours, far from it lol but the idea stemmed from what you have. it'll go together in bits and pieces and hopefully eventually I'll have a nice little brook feeling with mosses and driftwood.
I feel honored. Just do a lot of research and practice the hardscape in a cardboard box and you are good to go! Never rush it. Good luck. Looking forward to your tank!
It's beautiful Nigel! I hope I can do something similar someday. Thank you so much for sharing.
Do you find it difficult to clean? I would love to hear about the maintenance routine.
Thank you very much stella. I am sure you can! Research and practice!
So far I have a lot of RCS and snails as a clean up crew. Beside that the maintenance has been easy so far. Weekly water changes and no trimming so far. But when I have to trim the moss it will be a PITA. I have a turkey baster to clean waste but I didn't use it yet. Some people say just let do nature it work and that the turkey baster isn't needed.
Compared to my IwagumI it's harder to clean the windows especially the back. So I can't reach all points very well but snails come in handy here
So every week I clean the windows with a dennerle cleanator sponge and big water changes ~75%. That's all