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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:22 am Post subject: Re: 10G "Spring Colors" Reply with quote

                                                   
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Stunning  shots  and  even  better  looking  tank  Thumb Up  
 
 Loved  it                

 Thanks  !  Very Happy  
 
 
                                                 
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Bhushan  I  can't  make  out  the  two  staurogyne  species  in  the  tank.
 Any  close  up  pics  ?
                 

 
 Sorry  for  the  late  pics
 
 Staurogyne  stolonifera
 
 
 Staurogyne  sp  "Low  Grow"
 This  one  is  the  third  species  of  Staurogyne.  The  one  from  Tropica  probably.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:24 am Post subject: Re: 10G "Spring Colors" Reply with quote

 Thanks  Bhushan.  
 They  are  pretty  dark  green.  I'll  have  to  find  a  space  for  them  in  my  tank.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:34 am Post subject: Re: 10G "Spring Colors" Reply with quote

 Here  are  the  set  up  pictures  of  the  aquascape.
 
 The  Aquasoil  from  the  old  scape  was  reused.  This  is  the  third  scape  with  the  same  soil.
 
 
 
 The  hardscape.
 
 
 
 The  scape  just  after  planting  and  filling  water.
 
 
 Hope  this  helps.
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Thanks  Bhushan.  
 They  are  pretty  dark  green.  I'll  have  to  find  a  space  for  them  in  my  tank.                

 
 Madan,  the  emersed  growth  is  dark  green.  But  the  submerged  leaves  of  all  the  three  species  are  bright  green  with  the  stem  remaining  reddish   brown.
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 Brilliant  Job  done  man.....It’s  really  a  masterpiece.
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Hey  Bhushan  
 
 Really  nice  scape  ,  I  watch  out  for  pictures  of  your  scapes  ,  Did  you  buy  the  drifwood,  it  has  a  lot  of  character  .
 
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 Bijay                

 Thanks  for  the  compliments.  The  wood  was  bought  from  a  LFS  here  in  Houston.  
 
                                                 
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 Beautiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifulllllllllllllll.  Want  to  get  there  one  day   Smile
                 

 Thanks.  You  will  get  there.  Its  just  a  matter  of  time.Hang  in  there.  Thumb Up
   
                                                 
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 Brilliant  Job  done  man.....It’s  really  a  masterpiece.
                 

 Thanks  a  lot.
 
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 Nice  placement  of  driftwood  and  rocks.  The  end  result  has  justified  your  effort.  Keep  coming  up  with  more  scapes  likes  these.   Thumb Up   Thumb Up
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Nice  placement  of  driftwood  and  rocks.  The  end  result  has  justified  your  effort.  Keep  coming  up  with  more  scapes  likes  these.   Thumb Up   Thumb Up                

 Thanks.  Yes  will  definitely  have  more  scapes  like  this.
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 Here  are  some  pics  of  this  tank  approximately  2  weeks  after  planting.  
 
 
 
 A  picture  of  the  tank  after  one  trim  and  approximately  4  weeks.
 
 
 
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 Wow!  That's  a  ultimate  setup.
 No  one  can  say  it's  just  a  10  gallon  tank.  Way  to  go.  Thumb Up
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 Excellent  scaping  &  plant-setup,  Bhushan.
 Will  look  forward  to  more  from  you  in  future.  Clapping   Smile
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 Hi  Bhushan,
 
 beautiful  scape  especially  like  the  colour  contrasts   Very Happy  
 
 what  is  the  small  probe  like  thing  on  the  rear  glass?
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 Bhushan,  many  many  thanks  for  posting  the  initial  setup  stages.  I  always  get  confused  after  seeing  the  final  output  that  how  I  should  go  about  the  plantation.  You  made  my  day  buddy!!   Thumb Up   Thumb Up   Thumb Up  
 
 
                                                 
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Wow!  That's  a  ultimate  setup.
 No  one  can  say  it's  just  a  10  gallon  tank.  Way  to  go.  Thumb Up                

 
 You  still  alive??  Or  reincarnated??   Chuckle   Chuckle   ROFL   ROFL
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 Just  awE  inspiring  stuff  boss!!
 
 Too  good.  Gorgeous  colours...  indeed  spring  like.
 
 Just  a  doubt  -  did  you  have  such  a  scape  in  mind  before  starting,  or  it  just  grew  out  to  be  a  better  beauty?
 somehow  I  like  to  go  to  the  1st  page  again  and  again  Chuckle  
 
 Thankyou.
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Wow!  That's  a  ultimate  setup.
 No  one  can  say  it's  just  a  10  gallon  tank.  Way  to  go.  Thumb Up                

 Thanks  Gautam!
 
 
                                                 
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 Excellent  scaping  &  plant-setup,  Bhushan.
 Will  look  forward  to  more  from  you  in  future.  Clapping   Smile
                 

 Yogesh,  thanks  for  the  compliments  and  encouragement.  
 
 
                                                 
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 Hi  Bhushan,
 
 beautiful  scape  especially  like  the  colour  contrasts   Very Happy  
 
 what  is  the  small  probe  like  thing  on  the  rear  glass?
                 

 
 Thanks.  That  is  a  digital  thermometer  probe.
 
 
                                                 
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 Bhushan,  many  many  thanks  for  posting  the  initial  setup  stages.  I  always  get  confused  after  seeing  the  final  output  that  how  I  should  go  about  the  plantation.  You  made  my  day  buddy!!   Thumb Up   Thumb Up   Thumb Up  
 
                 

 
 I  am  glad  it  helped.  Thumb Up  
 
 
                                                 
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 Just  awE  inspiring  stuff  boss!!
 
 Too  good.  Gorgeous  colours...  indeed  spring  like.
 
 Just  a  doubt  -  did  you  have  such  a  scape  in  mind  before  starting,  or  it  just  grew  out  to  be  a  better  beauty?
 somehow  I  like  to  go  to  the  1st  page  again  and  again  Chuckle  
 
 Thankyou.
                 

 Sai,  thanks  for   appreciating  it.  Yes,  I  have  put  in  quite  a  bit  of  thought  in  planning  this  scape.  You  have  to  visualize  the  position  and  the  growth  pattern  of  each  plant  in  the  aquascape.  You  have  to  visualize  how  you  want  the  tank  to  look  say  4  months  from  the  set  up  date  and  carefully  select  the  plant  species(  it’s  very  important  to  know  the  growth  patterns  of  the  plants  you  are  using).  Having  all  these  things  in  mind  you  have  to  follow  a  disciplined  trimming  routine  to  shape  the  plants  in  to  bushes  and  mounds.  There  are  always  small  changes  involved  due  to  plant  availability.  
 And  this  scape  is  still  not  looking  like  I  had  visualized  it.  But  yes,  it's  on  a  right  track.
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