I am starting a new tank, on account that found this (i think) very pretty hard scape. When I saw this wood, I just knew I have to take it home and make some aquascape with it.
I work in construction, so I travel to remote places. this time i travel to Palembang, South Sumatra in Indonesia. Buchepalandra also from Indonesia, but other island called Borneo.
the wood is so hard that we can use it as support and scaffolding for construction as alternative to metals scaffolding.
to get the the site, it took me 2 hours by motor boat.
I play around with hardscape, and so far this is what i get.
by the way the size of tank is 145x60x80 (in cm, LxDxH)
I have specific question:
- Do you think I should make carpet on the bottom, or mostly sands with few plants here and there?
- I will attached either moss or buce on the roots and trunks
- some anubias on the rocks as well in between roots
here's the surrounding area where I found the wood