|11-18-2013 05:00 PM|
|jmf3460||THANK YOU! Thank you for posting a scape that isn't fake and unrealistic looking. I am soo sick of seeing the scapes with a few stem plants, a carpeting of baby tears and some over-strategically placed rocks. Your scape looks realistic, healthy and not forced, like you just let nature run its course. Lovely!|
|11-18-2013 03:32 PM|
|FromLaredo||Beautiful tank and really nice looking Angels. Good work|
|11-18-2013 02:23 PM|
|FishStix||Beautiful tank!! I can only hope my tank looks this good some day.|
|11-01-2013 12:56 PM|
I love seeing tanks like this. It reminds me that there's a lot of enjoyment to be had outside of super-serious aquascaping and plant collecting, and that the hobby is really all about enjoying keeping fish and plants together when it comes down to brass tacks. I get an "old school" impression from your system that brings back fond memories.
Keep up the good work!
|10-31-2013 07:32 PM|
great looking angels!
|10-31-2013 03:51 PM|
|10-31-2013 02:50 AM|
Beautiful tank! Do you have a close up image of the first picture? I especially like that branch of wood sticking out, it gives the tank a tame jungle look. Do you have any pictures of your rotala rotundifolia?
Oh and, what did you end up doing with your DICI regulator? I hear the solenoid and needle valve is somewhat decent.
Hahah it's seem so long ago,
|10-31-2013 01:18 AM|
125g high tech planted
Tank - 125 gallon, 72"L x 18"W x 22"H
CO2 system - Pressurized Smith single stage regulator with 10lbs tank, split co2 feed with two needle wheel powerhead mods
Lighting - 8x 39w T5HO
Filtration - 2x 2217 eheims
UV sterilizer - 24w green machine
Heaters - 300w hydor heater, 300w eheim, w/Ranco temp controller
Feeder - eheim 3581
Substrate - mix of fluorite, gravel, stones etc.
Driftwood - redmoor
Fauna - 5x peruvian angels, 12x cardinals tetras, ~25x lemon tetras, 5x peppered cories, 4x sterbai cories
Flora - Glossostigma, E. parvula, various hygrophila, various crypts, rotala rotundifolia,
frogbit, various anubias, mosses, HM, etc.