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Flexibility is important.







Baby mangrove is been prepared to be set near the 'Mother'.



Piece of glass is attached for submerged the mangrove.


The 'Mother'.








Memorandum - The New Hydor Ario 4 House - Prototype 01.


Memorandum - The New Hydor Ario 4 House - Prototype 02.


Ario 4


Both models were tested under water for two weeks
and the I have decided to do as at the follow visuals.



Little piece of mangrove.


Cut.


Result.






Black quartz.


Bubble window.





















The New Hydor Ario 4 House - Prototype 03.

















The little piece of mangrove were design for
tying plants (in that case Java moss) but they
also play an aesthetic role and contribute to the
harmonic general view of U R B A N AQUASCAPING.

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U R B A N AQUASCAPING
is about harmony between
Hardware and Software.


Hardware is done and now there is plenty of
work on the Software (Flexibility is important).



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The technical chart.


General Information

‎Category: Planted Lowtech.
Dimensions: 130x45x60 cm.
Current Setup Age: 50 days.
‎Aquarium Volume: 351 Liter.
Aquarium Volume Net: 210 Liter.
Brand: U R B A N AQUARIUM.



Water Values

Water Type: Treated Tapwater.
Temperature: 26c.



Hardware

Substrate:
Lower substrate: 20% Pumice.
Mid substrate: 40% Peat PH4.8, 30% Vermakolight 2/3 mm, 10% Humus.
Upper substrate: 6 cm of black quartz.

Filterisation: Dubble RENA xP2.
Heating: Hydor External Heater 300 watt
Air pump: Hydor Ario 4, 10 minutes every one hour from 17:00-01:00.

Main Light: U R B A N* LED NATURAL GROW - LED Light for planted aquarium.
Back Light: U R B A N LED BACK LIGHT - LED Light for light table effect.

Aquascaping: U R B A N AQUASCAPING



Software
Water Change Regime: 15% weekly.
Light Regime: 8 hours.
Fertilisation Regime: Potassium & half quantity of Leaf Zone weekly.


Fauna:
x9 Xiphophorus Hellerii / Swordtail.
x3 Poecilia reticulata / Guppy.
x3 White Poecilia ‫/‬ Molly.
x3 Ancistrus.
x6 Cardinal Tetra (Paracheirodon Axelrodi)
x1 Red Beta.
x1 Crossocheilus siamensis.
x1 Zebra Nerite Snail ‫)‬Neritina natalensis sp. "Zebra"‫(‬ a.k.a Tiger snail.
x1 Horned Nerite Snail ‫)‬Clithon corona‫(‬.
x10 Neocaridina denticulata.





Flora:
Some of them represent what I hope to achieve and some are temporary,
since above the aquarium you will find U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW
Proto-Tipe of an LED Light fixture for planted aquarium that my friend and
I build and it is equivalent to a pair of 54 watt T5 high quality fluorescents,
we find it important to monitor plants growth in order to understand the
efficiency of the fixture, enclosed the full list of the plants and the
growth progress that was made since day one (only 44 days).



01.
‏Cryptocoryne aponogetifolia
Fast growth.



02.
‏Crypto wendtii
growth.


03.
‏Lileaopsis brasiliensis
Stable and very small growth.



04.
‏Echinodorus tenellus
Stable.



05.
‏Microsorium SP
Stable.



06.
‏‪Microsorium narrow leaf‬
Stable and very slow growth.


‏‎
07.
‏Ludwigia repens x arcuata
Stable and very slow growth.


08.
‏Sagittaria subulata
Stable.


09.
‏Hydrocotyle verticillata or Hydrocotyle leucocephala
Stable.


10.
‏Anubias petite
Stable and very slow growth.



‏ 11‪.‬‎
‏Elodea nuttallii
Fast growth.



12.
‏Stringi moss
Fast growth.



13.
Vesicularia barbieri (Java moss)
Fast growth.



14.
SP
Unidentified ‫)‬visual enclosed‫(‬
growth.



15.
‏Bacopa monnieri
freshautolinker.com autolinking image plant, one week and Stable.



16.
‏Ceratopteris thalictroides
freshautolinker.com autolinking image planting, one week and start to growth.



17.
SP
Unidentified ‫)‬visual enclosed‫(‬
Fresh planting, no conclusion.



18.
‏Pellia ‪-‬ Monosolenium tenerum
Fresh planting, no conclusion.



19.
‏Ceratophyllim drmersum
Fresh planting, no conclusion.



20.
‏Hygrophila polysperma Sunset
Fresh planting, no conclusion.



21.
‏Egeria najas
Fresh planting, no conclusion.



22.
‏Egeria densa
Fresh planting, no conclusion.




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Fresh leafs of Cryptocoryne aponogetifolia.
Fast growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.










‏Stringi moss‪.‬
Fast growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.






‏Elodea nuttallii‪.‬
Fast growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.







Ceratopteris thalictroides.
Fresh planting, one week and start to growth.









floating Java moss.
Fast growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.





Anubias petite at the ''Pendulum ball'.
Stable and very slow growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.





Unidentified, identification ‫will be welcome‬.
Stable growth with U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW.







Unidentified, identification ‫will be welcome‬.
Fresh planting, no conclusion.






The movie was taken only with U R B A N LED BACK LIGHT.

U R B A N AQUASCAPING | Night Movie




Thank U all very much.

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Flexibility is important.






Water cooling with P.C.S*

Here in Israel it's get hot in summer, the most common way
to cool the aq' water is by installing fans in the "hood" but the
disadvantage is huge evaporation that can rich up to 400 Liter
per one month and aquarium fridge is too expensive for me.


Curent situation: 27C.
We need: 26C.
Aquarium volume: 350 Liter.
Aquarium volume Net: 220 Liter.




Cooling body.




Cooling core.




Water fall down at 10C.




Water fall down from 1 mm holes.








The fusion show.




Analoge thermometer.



Color effects from the cooling core.



The streams touch aquarium water at 20C.




After one hour the result is 26c.






How P‪.‬C‪.‬S* works

Simple 2 liter Take Away box that is sitting on
the center glass shelf, to that box I add frozen
water from the home freezer and it's work.



P‪.‬C‪.‬S* = Primitive Cooling System.






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Dosing with P.D.S*



‏Two syringes of 60mL‪.‬




‏One black office folder‪.‬




White plastic bag‪.‬




Cut one syringe‪.‬




Wrap the other syringe‪.‬




‏Glue the measurement scale‪ but with the ‬white plastic ‪ ‬
as the first layer so that the measurement will be clear‪.‬



‏After assembling it became clear that the first syringe
is unnecessary and uncomfortable so it much better to
create the measurement scale on the syringe itself‪.‬




Black hose.




‏Done and will be good for 12 dosing
of 5m‪L each, that is about 6 weeks.‬




System check just to be sure that aquarium water
won‪'‬t dilute the clean fertilization that in the syringe‪.‬






P‪.‬D‪.‬S* = Primitive Dosing System.






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4 month after setup






Little fish that were found in the filter during maintenance
after 3 month form initial setup‪, my young daughter ask me‬
to keep them for a while in a separate space until they will
grow a bit‪,‬ after 2 weeks we put them back in the aquarium‪.‬

Water that were 15‪%‬ yellow because of the Lower substrate
(Peat) became only 5‪%‬ yellow after replacing the old and the
brown perlon with new and freshautolinker.com autolinking image one.






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Floating ‪&‬ dynamic flowerbed


Black corrugated plastic sheet‪.‬




Create a hole‪.‬




The hole‪.‬




Strips‪.‬




Create a ring‪.‬




Glue a net‪.‬




Glue a gentle net‪.‬



Glue the ring‪.‬






Result‪.‬




Floating Checkup‪.‬




The anchor‪.‬




The floating ‪&‬ dynamic flowerbed is ready to
role with Hydrocotyle verticillata, Stringi moss
and Vesicularia barbieri (Java moss).







Done, but I wasn‪'‬t happy with the result, so let's work.








Prototipe B, Floating ‪&‬ dynamic flowerbed.






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Stingri moss tree


Glass tubes of 3 mm.




Connection.




Glue to a glass anchor.




Done, but I wasn‪'‬t happy‪.‬




So again‪,‬ hot glue gun.




Simple pen‪.‬




We need the tube‪.‬




Glass cube‪.‬




Black corrugated plastic sheet with hole.




Glue and coated with black quartz.












Result.




Apply Stingri moss to the base‪,‬ put in the aquarium
and hopefully after 3‪-‬4 month we will have a tree.






The tube head is ready and the work continue ...






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Treetop to the Stingri moss tree


Little cork.




Narrow mangrove.




Cut in order get three pieces.




Sharpen one side.








Glue to the cork.




Floating Checkup, the plan is to add to that
Flame Moss or Weeping Moss or Willow Moss
and together with the tube a tree will appear.






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Plant dock for maintenance.






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U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW
advantages of the self-made fixture

The wavelength scale that is used prevents
algae and 4 month after the initial setup the
aquarium is clean apart of glass "dust" that
appears and needs to be clean apx. every
one month with a basic floating magnet.

All plants respond well to the LED light apart
of the Pellia ‪(Monosolenium‬ tenerum) that did
not show any growth, it is important to remember
here that the aquarium is just planted Low-Tech
without pressurized CO2 or any other liquid
substitutions for CO2 and without yeast-based.








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Visuals
















































































Thank U all very much.
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Dude that looks so good!! Great visual, I truly admire your creativeness. Please keep up the great work.

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Hi everyone,

Enclosed a freshautolinker.com autolinking image movie that reflects
the current situation after 6 months.






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So very unique! If I had a spare tank or two I might try doing something like that, it looks different, but not bad

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Wow thats pretty interesting stuff. Well Done!
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Thank U very much Thor.



‏Hi everyone,

‏A lot is going on here and the main issue is that I have decided
‏to build a new U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW (Prototype 02).

‏Just like the first one the new LED Light Fixture is also design
‏specially for planted aquarium and it is not an easy task.

‏The new LED Light Fixture will have different wavelength scale
‏that suppose 2B better for photosynthesis and as well will push
‏at least 3,000 clean luminous, I hope my friend will be able to
‏finish the building of the fixture within 60 days (both of us here
‏working+families and are trying to find spare time for the project).

‏On the same road of building 'prototype 02' we also have a huge
‏challenge in upgrading the hardware/software of the new LED fixture.

‏The plan is to run 'prototype 02' with 3,000 clean luminous for one
‏month and then add the old fixture that push 2,500 clean luminous
‏so in total the system will have 5,500 clean luminous aproximently.

‏Therefore I have decided to wait until 'prototype 02' will be ready and
‏then upload a comprehensive update (same go to the israeli forum,
‏update is uploaded at about 10 different forums simultaneously).

‏Please allow me to share few visuals that reflects the current situation.



U R B A N AQUASCAPING - we are 9 months from the initial setup.





























































































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T H E . C H A R T



General information
Category: Planted lowtech
Dimensions: 130x45x60 cm
Current setup age: 1 year
Aquarium volume: 350 Liter
Aquarium volume Net: 220 Liter
Brand: U R B A N AQUARIUM



Water values
Water type: Treated tap water
Temperature: 25c
pH: 7.6
Nitrate level: 20
Phosphate level: 2



Hardware
Lower substrate: 20% Pumice
Mid substrate: 40% Peat PH4.8, 30% Vermakolight 2/3 mm, 10% Humus
Upper substrate: 6-8 cm of black quartz

Filterisation: Dubble RENA xP2
Heating: Hydor External Heater 300 watt
Air pump: Hydor Ario 4, air is on 10 minutes every one hour from 17:00-01:00

Main Light: U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW - LED Light for planted aquarium, 8 hours a day
Back Light: U R B A N LED BACK LIGHT - LED Light for light table effect, on only by mood
Moon Light: U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW, on only by mood

Aquascaping: U R B A N AQUASCAPING



Software
Water change regime: 30% every 2 weeks
Fertilization: Flourish, KCl, Potassium Nitrate
Fertilization regime:
Flourish: once a week
KCl: 3 times a week
Potassium Nitrate: when needed



Fauna
Xiphophorus Hellerii / Swordtail
Poecilia reticulata / Guppy
White Poecilia / Molly
Ancistrus
Zebra Nerite Snail (Neritina natalensis sp. "Zebra") a.k.a Tiger snail
Horned Nerite Snail (Clithon corona)
Neocaridina denticulata
Tetra (5 kind)
‏Kryptopterus bicirrhis
‏‪Pomacea Bridgesii ‬
Ramirezi
‏Pangio kuhlii
Zebrafish (pink, black & white)
Japonica Amano Shrimp (Caridina japonica)
‏Sidthimunki Botia Loach



Flora
Under U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW prototype of an LED Light fixture
for planted aquarium that my friend and I build, we find it important to
monitor plants growth in order to understand the efficiency of the fixture.

01.
‏Cryptocoryne aponogetifolia

02.
‏Crypto wendtii

03.
‏Ludwigia repens x arcuata

04.
‏Sagittaria subulata

05.
‏Hydrocotyle verticillata or Hydrocotyle leucocephala

06.
‏Anubias petite

07.
‏Hygrophila polysperma

08.
‏Hygrophila polysperma Sunset

09.
‏Ceratopteris thalictroides

10.
‏Hygrophila longifolia

11.
‏Lobelia cardinalis small form

12.
‏Cabomba caroliniana

13.
Cabomba aquatica

14.
Limnophila sessiliflora

15.
‏Riccia fluitans

16.
‏Hydrocotyle leucocephala

17.
Nymphaea lotus 'Zenkeri'

18.
‏Hygrophila difformis

19.
Flame Moss






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looks like it's been growing in nicely

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wow looking really nice and is growing in very nice..and camera work is outstanding.

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Wow. I just read through that whole thing sand at first, like many others, I didn't get it.

But it turned out amazing and I am in love with the pedestals and the pendulum.

This is amazing and it is definitely something I will have to try.
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The time and effort that went into this tank is simply astounding. I really appreciate the extraordinarily creative thought process that went into this.

Thanks for sharing this with us!

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Thank U very much,
Kehy, whitetiger61, ShrimpDiver & ellyabillion.

That is the first time I succeeded to make such photos,
after one year I have decided to try manuel with no flash
and on high speed, the lens is 210mm therefore it's was
hard to grasp full frame, but the "compensation" was by
moving the main light many times in order to achieve the
'black back ground effect' and selective light on the pants.



As for the future,

I have decided ‏to design a new U R B A N LED NATURAL GROW
(Prototype 02).

‏Just like the first one the new LED Light Fixture is also design
‏specially for planted aquarium and it is not an easy task.

‏The new LED Light Fixture is design 2B better for photosynthesis
and push at least 3,000 clean luminous, I hope my friend will be
able to finish the building within 120 days since both of us here
‏working+families and are trying to find spare time for the project.

‏On the same road of building 'prototype 02' we also have a huge
‏challenge in upgrading the hardware/software of the new LED fixture.

‏The plan is to run 'prototype 02' with 3,000 clean luminous for one
‏month and then add the old fixture that push 2,500 clean luminous
‏so in total the system will have 5,500 clean luminous aproximently.

I assume that 5,500 clean luminous approximately will create a change
regarding plants grow pace and as well for plants diverse and total look
of U R B A N AQUASCAPING, more plants & also new plants will be very
challenging here and that will create hopefully an interesting upgrade.

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definately cool looking project

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Points for creativity!

70 gallon- Betta Enisae pair, betta Ocellata pair, female Betta Pugnax

29 Gallon- Betta Pallifina and Betta Patoti

20 Gallon- Betta Gladiator

5 Gallon- Betta Channoides

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Thank U very much Mr_Pat & Summer.
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Hi EveryOne, My first underwater film.










The set was made to prevent reflections.



U R B A N AQUASCAPING | Diving to the depths - YouTube




The camera.


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Hi EveryOne, the second underwater film.

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