*bows politely* Greetings
I'm a complete newbie, both to aquariums and this forum, where there seems to be a lot of wise people. I'd like to ask for advice on rockscaping, as I haven't been able to find any threads on the subject.
I've had built a 126-gallon FOWLR
, wet-dry, sump, filled it 10 days ago, added 25Kgs of LR
and as much ceramic/dead rock decorations 3 days ago. 2 55W T5 lights. At the moment I have 24Â°C, 1.0215, Ph 8, NH4
0.6 and Ca
420. I'm thinking about a semi-aggresive tank as suggested in The New Saltwater Aquarium, I'd also like to have some inverts, at least for the cleanup crew.
I've read that one is supposed to provide lots of hiding places. My ceramic decor has loads of tunnels and so forth, and I've tried to arrange the rocks to make as many crannies as possible, the question is: Is what I've done acceptable? I understand that it's hard to judge from a picture, but any comments would be appreciated. (The plants are all plastic).
Thanks in advance