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Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by DutchMuch, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. DutchMuch

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    Thought I'd make a thread where people can post there very own aquascape(ing) videos here! :)


    Doesn't have to be yours but give credit if you will.


    George Farmer
     
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    Have never seen that video before. Such an incredible tank.
     
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    I wish he had ID'd that HUGE yellow/goldish plant on the left central portion of the tank. Its incredible! The whole tank is, yes I agree!! :)
     
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    I believe that's Hygrophila balsamica. Tough plant to find. It and Pogostemon erectus are sold out everywhere.
     
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    Thank you very much LRJ!!!

    But that's not it, I meant the one that kind of looks like a rotala, I would point it out but I don't have a pic.... let me open Microsoft paint to circle it LOL brb
     
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    That image is a different layout than the video. In the image, the red circle looks like might be crypt balanse. The black circle, not sure. Ludwigia Cuba maybe?
     
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    Yea I couldn't find the same layout, figured that might be same one, guess not LOL. Ill keep looking! Ludwigia cuba does look nice though.!

    Thanks LRj!
     
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    Maybe you're talking about the Ammania gracilis in the vid. That's my last guess. Lol.
     
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    nesaea golden maybe?
     
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    YEP! Nesaea pedicellata 'Golden'
    [​IMG]
    Add this to my want to buy lol !
     
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    @Tombarr EXPOSED!!!!!! (4 real)
     
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    regarding the above video.
    Love how he was like "yea ya know I just put that there, some of that there, nothing special"
    And there are these huge aquascaping hobbyists trying to uncode this message of "throw a bit here and here" LOL
    I laughed so hard at that!!!
     
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    Would have been nice see the tank as a whole at some point in the video.

    Very nice looking non the less.
     
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    Some of my favourites are from James Findlay





     
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    James is a phenomenal aquascaper imo as well. My favorite scape from him was his "tribute to takashi amano"
    His terrestrial moss is what makes the scape in some of them.
     
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    Not a scape but this is still cool
     
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    Aquariumplants.com usually has it- that is where I got mine for my old 75g. It can be tricky to get started as the stems, while thick, are fragile and "snap" very easily. Once it gets established, it is surprisingly hardy and grows very quickly.


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