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Old 12-02-2017, 02:38 PM   #1
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Nigel's Forest scape 128L

Got bored of my Iwagumi and wanted to do something with spiderwood. Decided to make my own forest.

Specs planted tank aquarium
Tank
80x40x40 cm / 31x15x15" opticwhite 8mm
34 gallon / 128 litre

Lighting
Chihiros rgb 60

Hardscape
Lava rock
Spiderwood

Substrate
ADA Aqua Soil

Shrimp
50+ Red cherry shrimp


Fish

20 green neon tetra

Snails
10 Clithon sp.

Plants
hydrocotyle tripartita
cryptocoryne parva
fissidens fontanus
fissidens mini
solenostoma tetragonum
Bucephalandra (soon before flooding)

Co2
Pressurized CO2 with a diffusor
Co2 checker edge (20 ppm)

Heater
Hydor eth 200 temperature 25 celcius

Filter
Eheim experience 350 (2426) with stainless steel lily pipes

Background
Frosted glass spray

Day 1 Hardscape & DSM
Forest Aquascape - Nature aquarium - Day 1 DSM - YouTube



Day 36
Nature Aquarium - Forest Aquarium - Day 36 - YouTube


Day 60
forest scape 128l day 60 p3 by Nigel H, on Flickr

Day 75
Forest Aquarium Aquascape - Day 75 - YouTube

Day 95
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day 95 forest aquascape by nigel aquascaping by Nigel H, on Flickr

Day 115
Aquascape Nature Aquarium - Aquascaping - Forest Day 115 - YouTube
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😱That looks Amazingly awsome!!! Thanks for sharing! 😍
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nice job love how you did the time lapse thing
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You killed it man! That's one of the better tanks I've probably ever seen. Excellent
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AWESOME!
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Thank you guys!
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Thatís awesome. Looks fantastic and was great to see the photos progress.
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Thank you guys!
Thank you for sharing. That is truly a work of art. I'm sure you have countless hours into it.
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Very creative. Extremely beautiful setup.
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Very creative. Extremely beautiful setup.
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Thank you for sharing. That is truly a work of art. I'm sure you have countless hours into it.
Thanks again, good to hear you like the scape.

The hardscape was pretty well prepared but still a few things that could be better. I guess that will always be the case..
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