I have to say I really really adore this tank and it really makes me want to have such a colorful plant growth in mine as well.
Is there anywhere where I can find the overall stats of this tank? Like what its measurements are (all I know is that 120 gallons must be somewhere near 440 liters), the lighting, other technical equipment and most of all I'm interested in what levels of the pH, NO3, PO4, Fe, K, etc. you're aiming at.
Also, is there some kind of masterlist of what plants you keep in this tank? I do recognise many of them, but there are also quite a few that are not generally sold in Europe (at least that's what I think is the case).
I hope I'm not asking too many questions, but I'm greedy for details.
Generally about 700 gph, there's a slight sway in some locations, current for the fish, a little bit.Too stunning for words!
What sorted flow through rate is there? Do you have the plants swaying and a current the fish swim against?
Not likely, as L sphaerocarpa is only available thus far through hobbyists and mostly in the USA. I have sent some to some hobbyists overseas, but it's not in commercial production as far as I know yet.Franziska you need to buy yourself a latest version of Adobe Lightroom to achieve that kind of colours and all the plants are available in Europe. If you need a shop list - PM me.
Im a little puzzled, constantly being told that for a planted tank you need 10x (tank volume an hour) as a general rule.Generally about 700 gph, there's a slight sway in some locations, current for the fish, a little bit.
I have more current in my 180, less in my 70 gallon, and a lot more in the Reef.