yes, it was the light that had for aquatic plants, the light rail can be connected in two ways, one with 88 watts and another in which is connected with 156 watts, I have some criptocorines submerged moving light up but will resentir on the other hand want to devote myself emersed plants so I know I'll have a few chances with submerged plants with light rail so high, but they are options, now have a fitonia and an aluminum plant but maybe with so much light will burn what do you think?
As for Portugal would send a kit for my 90 gallon aquarium?
I've done my research plant, the only part that I have more questions is what are the aquatic plants that can withstand with little moisture in the state emerged.
I bought a 90 gallon tank that I later realized may be too heavy filled with water in my apartment. I decided to build a riparium out of it leaving it half filled. I joined this forum just to thank you for being the inspiration to do so!
I am about to purchase one of your combo packs and some extra trellis rafts to get started with the planting (resealing is done and dry, tank is filled, driftwood auction ends in 5 days), but I was curious if you have any other plants available?
thanks again for the inspiration.
I bought the amazonas with your article in it nice job and great pics, way to push the riparium concept and start to get it to the mainstream. That schismattoplottis picta I got from you by the way is a monster it has leaves 12" long in my tank now.
I got one on Mt. Lemmon too! I can't remember the name of the canyon I was in but it was the big one going I think down the north side of the mountain. I also shot one in the Galiuros. They were both just spike bucks but I was mainly after the whole experience and not trophies really. They were both backpack hunts with really long and grueling hikes out. Those were certainly the best hunts I ever did. I went bowhunting in the Chiricahuas a couple of times but I found that area to have much more human impact and the deer were more skittish there too.