This is an intensely planted aquascape with a large variety of leaf textures that blend seamlessly to give a naturalistic feel...
This biotope uses fallen leaf litter to add detail to the foreground as well as provide a natural environment for the fish.
This aquascape shows what a great impact a good hardscape arrangement can have in a tank even if it was not planted...
In this aquascape, good volume is demonstrated in a small tank here through the stacking of rocks and wood hardscape and the usage of Java fern and Anubias to fill in the gaps.
This dramatically lit aquascape gives one the feeling of entering a dark, peaceful forest. Read More
This is an good example of a Ryoboku - an aquascaping style that makes use of wood pieces composed with bunched plants for volume. Read More
Java fern and cryptocoryne species are shade tolerant and are good for filling out spaces that are slightly shaded such as below the wood in this aquascape.
In this Dutch Style Tank (which meets the rather strict definition set by the Dutch Society for Aquarists NBAT), we enter an extraordinary walled garden... Read More
In this variation of the Japanese Iwagumi, the scene is that of a steep mountain-range composed of a large collection of pyramidal Seiryu stones. Read More
In this beautiful variation of a Japanese Iwagumi, the usually sparse landscape is replaced by a richly populated plant community, with vibrant greens... Read More
In this beautiful variation of the classic Japanese Iwagumi, the traditionally austere landscape is replaced by lush vibrant greens. Read More
In a nod to classic Japanese Iwagumi, this beautifully structured aquascape by Jeff Miotke involves a complement of Seiryu stones arranged in a manner that... Read More
This vibrant 'Dutch Style' tank goes with a more naturalistic feel than the strict definition of a Dutch Style Tank, with the close intermingling of the varied species. Read More
This beautiful, densely planted aquascape fits the definition of a Dutch Style Tank if one were to follow the rather strict criteria set up by the Dutch Society for Aquarists (NBAT). Read More
This beautifully manicured Dutch Style Tank (that meets the incredibly strict criteria set by the Dutch Society for Aquarists, NBAT) presents a tapestry of varied plant forms that exemplifies the Dutch Style... Read More