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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:42 pm Post subject: RESONATE Reply with quote

 Hi,
 
 Putting  together  a  new  scape  -  calling  it  "RESONATE".
 
 Dimensions
 
 Tank  Size  -  48"*24*21  ~  350  L  ~  90  Gal  (After  deducting  volume  taken  up  by  substrate
 Co2  -  Pressurized  
 Substrate  -  Layered  -  Aquaclay;  JBL  Aquabasis  plus;  Amazonia
 Lighting  -  T5  HO  (3  to  4  Watts  /  Gallon  -  6.5  K)
 Filter  -  Ehiem  -  2217  &  2213
 
 Likely  Fauna:
 
 Rainbows  (as  many  kinds  as  I  can  get)
 Cardinals
 Angels
 Discus  (At  an  advanced  Stage)
 Corys
 Plecos
 Snails
 
 
 Likely  Flora:
 
 HC
 Anubias  (coffeefolia  /  Nana)
 Fissidens
 Christmas  Moss
 Staurogyne
 Dwarf  Hair  grass  or  Glossostigma
 
 Here  are  some  intial  snaps;  still  waiting  on  filter;  light;  Aquabasis  plus  etc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Will  post  more  pics  once  I  have  stuff  that  I  need  and  get  the  hardscape  togehter.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:27 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 i  like  your  plant  list  :)
 
 and  this  going  to  be  superb  tank  soon  
 
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:57 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 I  liked  your  plant  list....but  one  query.
 If  this  was  your  desired  plants  is  there  any  reason  on  why  you  made  a  tank  which  has  2  feet  height........
 The  driftwood  also  seem  tiny  for  the  tank
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:10 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 Thanks  Yajur..  I  like  your  scapes  and  if  it  gets  you  interested  then  I  think  I  am  on  the  right  track!!   Very Happy  
 
 Jabba  -  Three  reasons  for  the  two  feet  hieght
 
 In  the  long  run  I  want  discus  in  the  tank  and  they  need  a  lot  of  space.
 Also  the  drift  wood  that  you  see  was  what  I  had  initially  planned  for  my  2ft  /  1.5ft  /  1  ft  tank.  There  is  a  lot  more  to  come  and  there  will  be  a  hill  or  a  rock  like  strucutre  there.
 Thirdly  I  plan  to  keep  fishes  that  are  bottom  /   mid  and  top  dwellers  and  therefore  want  the  height  of  the  tank  to  accomodate  free  movement.  I  found  from  keeping  cardinals,  emperors  and  rummy  nose  in  a  1.5ft  hieght  tank,  that  they  tend  to  feel  cramped.  Guppies  and  emperors  like  to  swim  on  top  along  with  the  like  of  harlequins,  Angels  tend  to  use  mid  and  top  sections,  cardinals  and  rainbows  tend  to  use  bottom  -  mid  sections  and  corys  will  be  down  at  the  bottom  along  with  plecos  and  any  other  bottom  feeders  that  I  want  to  put  in.
 
 This  project  is  going  to  take  a  bit  of  time  to  complete  but  I  want  to  get  things  right  and  taking  it  one  step  at  a  time.  I  want  to  grow  the  HC  the  emersed  method  and  then  get  the  glosso  up  and  running.  I  am  planning  to  have  a  mid  section  of  gravel  /  sand  ,  separate  the  two  sections  and  one  will  be  Staurogyne  at  the  upper  end  of  the  slope,  giving  way  to  glosso  the  other  side  will  be  HC.  I  have  not  had  much  luck  with  HC  in  the  past  and  want  to  get  it  right  this  time.  I  am  looking  for  a  big  two  /  three  branch  wood  on  the  left  that  should  go  diagonal  to  the  right  and  leave  enough  space  for  discus  to  swim  around.  Less  branches,  less  obstacles,  more  space  and  better  flow.
 
 I  am  still  to  get  the  entire  thing  articulated  for  myself.  Like  I  said,  it  is  going  to  take  a  bit  of  time,  but  should  be  a  good  one!!


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:47 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 With  the  list  of  the  plants  you  have  mentioned...would  love  to  see  some  slopes  and  some  more  rocks  in  it   Wink  
 the  tank  is  super  cool  now  Smile   Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:58 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 Nice  start..  waiting  for  more  updates
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:34 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 Good  Start,  as  mentioned  by  others  the  driftwood  is  small  campared  to  the  size  of  the  tank  am  sure  you  will  add  to  this  eventually.
 
 Look  forward  to  updates  from  you.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 12:41 pm Post subject: RESONATE - Update 09_27 Reply with quote

 Picked  up  a  neat  piece  of  drift  wood  yesterday.  It  took  me  a  couple  of  visits  to  the  store  and  sometime  before  I  could  figure  out  how  to  place  it.  Below  are  pics  -  I  like  the  drift  wood  in  the  center  but  with  bigger  fishes  its  a  hiderance  for  them  to  swim  around.  If  it  is  on  the  right  side  of  the  tank,  I  think  I  would  have  figured  out  the  right  side  of  the  tank,  though  it  mutes  a  lot  of  the  detail  of  the  wood.  Let  me  know  what  you  think!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 12:55 pm Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 so  cool  when  every  the  fish  swims  in  and  out  of  the  driftwood  it  be  nice  to  watch
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 super  duper  cool.....  following  !!!
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 Correct  Lightning  super  look.  Thumb Up
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 Nice  piece  of  driftwood,looks  cool  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 9:58 am Post subject: Re: RESONATE Reply with quote

 Would  look  great  with  plants
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 ferns  will  look  the  best.....  nice  wood....
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