“Temple in the Woods”

The inspiration for this layout is some memories from my childhood. The driftwood which forms the central piece in this layout reminds me of old temples covered with trees I have seen as a kid traveling though out my beautiful homeland. The trailing roots of Anubias over the wood and the cave formed under it illustrate the aging of a layout over a period of over a couple of years, similar to the old temples entrances which have now lost there glory and are now consumed by the surrounding jungle. Hence I called it the “Temple in the Woods”.

20 G “Temple in the Wood”

Rotala rotundifolia

Wass Up!

After keeping aquatic plants for over 10 years this was my first experiment with aquascaping and fertilization.

Here are the tank specifications

Tank: AGA 20 G

Light: 65W PC 12000K

Substrate: Paving Sand

Co2 : DIY Set-up for 1 year and then pressurized co2 at 1 bubble/sec

Filtration: Rena XP-1

Rotala Rotundifolia
Anubias Barterii
Anubias Barterii “Nana”
Anubias Nana “Petite”
Echinodorus tenellus
Didiplis Diandra
Cryptocoryne Parva
Cryptocoryne Lucen
Cryptocoryne wisillie x lucen
Cryptocoryne “Mi oya”
Cryptocoryne Spirallis
Cryptocoryne Petchii
Hemianthus micranthemoides- 2 variants
Pecock Moss

Microgeophagus altispinosus
Corydorus Delphax
Corydoras schwartzii
Ottocinlus vittatus
Cardania Japonica

Complete Seachem Line.


One Response to ““Temple in the Woods””

  1. only 20 gallon and beautiful aquarium

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