Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV PAGE: http://definiteaquascape.tv Planted aquariums presented at the booth of the Tropica company at InterZoo 2012 pet trade fair in Nürnberg, Germany. Layouts are quite original, neither classic dutch style, nor nature aquarium style. Arranged by Dan Crawford, Graeme Edwards, Mark Evans and Edward Franklin.

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FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV PAGE: http://definiteaquascape.tv Planted aquariums presented at the booth of the Tropica company at InterZoo 2012 pet trade fair in Nürnberg, Germany. Layouts are quite original, neither classic dutch style, nor nature aquarium style. Arranged by Dan Crawford, Graeme Edwards, Mark Evans and Edward Franklin.

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MR Oz
MR Oz - 3 years ago
Layout 53 by Mark Evans is total aquascaping porn! Amazing coverage. Thanks for sharing.
Jorge David Fojo
Jorge David Fojo - 4 years ago
what light used ?
Igor Ivanov
Igor Ivanov - 4 years ago
super
twas brillig
twas brillig - 4 years ago
Masterpieces
Henry Gallo
Henry Gallo - 5 years ago
please spanish
Greetje Buijert-Nijdam
Greetje Buijert-Nijdam - 5 years ago
wow this is beautifull
colinbarsby
colinbarsby - 5 years ago
Tropica is an Aquatic Leader.
Nikhil Julka
Nikhil Julka - 6 years ago
nice tank mate
Hobbs Lane
Hobbs Lane - 6 years ago
Very very cool! Looking at a bran new art form here.

10. comment for Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

Douglas Hohlfelder
Douglas Hohlfelder - 6 years ago
What are the purplish red plants called? They are stunning.  Easy to maintain??  thanks.
Nelson Lopez
Nelson Lopez - 6 years ago
Perfect thanks for sharing this setups worth watching. Nelson lopez.
Nelson Lopez
Nelson Lopez - 6 years ago
Perfect worth watching. Thankyou for giving me a opportunity to watch this . Nelson lopez
ibrahim kurt
ibrahim kurt - 6 years ago
hello my please help aquariyum I want to buy plant seeds
Travis Tran
Travis Tran - 6 years ago
breathtaking....thanks for posting.  subcribed
Heaven Satellite
Heaven Satellite - 6 years ago
are those plastic plants? or a real underwater plant?
manbolo2
manbolo2 - 6 years ago
very pretty setups,i want to start learning aquascaping,i just wonder, how do you deal with dirt from the fish, wont all the dirt sink to the bottom hidden inside the "grass" ?
koushinproductions
koushinproductions - 6 years ago
The plants are beautiful, although it might be too symmetrical for me.
Daniel Yo
Daniel Yo - 3 years ago
koushinproductions deeeredeeeed
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 6 years ago
Indeed, it seems to ba somewhat symmetrical and "organized"...
brunex
brunex - 6 years ago
awesome
Chester Kwak
Chester Kwak - 6 years ago
Wow, really? Go get a job at a gas station. Waste of time
Phil Tron
Phil Tron - 6 years ago
lol wtf?

20. comment for Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

Jan Kowalski
Jan Kowalski - 6 years ago
Fajne :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 6 years ago
Hehe, pewnie! :)
Alan Greene
Alan Greene - 6 years ago
What 14 people looked at this and said. "You know what? This sucks! I am going to click dislike"

All of those scapes are absolutely awe inspiring, what a great way to spend 7 minutes :)
Kyle Sandilands
Kyle Sandilands - 6 years ago
I think they were just jealous of the fish! I can understand though, they get to live in these beautiful environments
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 6 years ago
Hehe, there is always someone around who dislikes things ;)
Verliefd
Verliefd - 7 years ago
do u realy need sand for your plants??
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
What do you mean by "sand"? Normal sand (like on the beach or in the sandbox), or "substrate" (I mean, either special substrate for plants, or gravel etc.)
Matthew Den
Matthew Den - 7 years ago
Not necesarly it just lets your plants roots realy shoot and it also looks nice
Ryan's Tanks
Ryan's Tanks - 7 years ago
Nice tanks. I hope mine look that good one day!
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 6 years ago
Good luck! :)
南香
南香 - 7 years ago
Beautiful.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
True, very original layouts :)
Tilbin Thambi
Tilbin Thambi - 7 years ago
We can get good palnted tanks in Chennai also check http://aquariumprofessionals.in/
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hey, nice website, thanks for info! :)
Fresh Impact Co.
Fresh Impact Co. - 7 years ago
Got a tank ready to aquascape, I have some intersting white rocks with black specs in them, a couple of large granite rocks and sand with amazon soil a heap of christmas moss and courser substrate as well. Any suggetions on how my layout should be done?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 6 years ago
+happydutchxx32 LOL :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Mate, the biggest fun of aquascaping is to design everything yourself! :)
philip bultereys
philip bultereys - 7 years ago
very beautiful tank

Below a link to the movie of my aquascaping valley

Aquascaping valley Part 6

philip bultereys
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Nice setup, thanks for sharing! :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Wht do you mean "the name"? The name of the manufacturer of the aquarium? Or what...? Anyway, all technical details of this tank are availabel at Tropica's website, in "Layouts" section. This tank has number 53.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hey, do you know it? I didn't ask Tropica's people at the booth, so I don't know anything about CO2 supplementation in those tanks...

30. comment for Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
That's probably because you think that you need a lot of accessories to have a nice tank. Which is not true :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Which one? :)
franklin ocampo
franklin ocampo - 7 years ago
nice TANK.... :))
AquaBotanicae
AquaBotanicae - 7 years ago
Johnny, most of these tanks have inline CO2 reactors hooked up to filter return hose.
Metalfishead
Metalfishead - 7 years ago
How do these people inject co2? I don't see any co2injection thing.?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Yeah, I like them, too :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
You surely are. Almost ;)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hey mate, thanks for your kind words! :) All these aquascapes are not "mine" - I mean, I didn't make them :) I only filmed them, they were arranged by several aquascapers from the UK.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Thanks! :) As for the levitating moss-balls, I think they are just fragments of styrofoam, wrapped in moss and growed for some time.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hey mate, the music is called "Malaysian skies", and is available from royalty-free.tv :)
Gilmour Fan
Gilmour Fan - 7 years ago
Hallo,es ist alles so schön ............. vielen dank für die super Aufnahmen,usw. Ich würde sehr gerne wissen wer der Musiker ist ??? schreiben Sie ihn mir bitte hier, vielen dank schon jetzt. Gruß
Alvin Klein Cahucom
Alvin Klein Cahucom - 7 years ago
there are a lot of kinds of people. two of them are the one who appreciates and the other who do not.
beavereater36
beavereater36 - 7 years ago
Wanna say love ur vids and scapes.It nice to put on the headphones listening to the instrumental music on ur scapes, zoning out in amazement.Keep it going with the great vids.
iceman168888
iceman168888 - 7 years ago
Am I diving in a lake ?
mot gnay
mot gnay - 7 years ago
It could be consider art for some. In a sense I think it's a futile attempt of man's behalf to replicated a master piece, there's more to that but I wouldn't say. But I didn't say that trying to recreated a scenery, what you would see on land being interesting or uninteresting, that isnt' the point I was trying to get across. What I see in these display tanks sorta replicated that part of the root or that weed that grow in between a cement tile on a sidewalk. And yes you sorta get what I meant.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
So you mean that recreating nature is not "art", because land sceneries which are being recreated in aquariums are not "interesting" on land? Another words - a fragment of root on land is "just" a root, and nobody cares for it, but once the scene is recreated in aquarium, everybody start to admire it? Saying "Wow, this is so wonderful fragment of nature", whereas in reality they wouldn't pay any attention to a similar scene on land?
mot gnay
mot gnay - 7 years ago
I'll understand it if you're trying to observed and study one spot for about how Eco system work, each individual role of something or their purpose, or certain behavior of certain specimen, I don't disagree with that. However in reality, you wouldn't look or pay attention to a branch or a stick on the ground, and you wouldn't put them on display it lavish it. These display tank sorta get the same feel, they are sorta similar in my eye to that, you just walk over and then forget about it.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
"since in reality we don't try to spent 3 hour in the bush, emphasizing what's going on in a certain spot in the grass in the bottom part of a tree trunk" - well, as a matter of fact - I do :) Not on land, but underwater. Two years ago I spent 3 weeks in Egypt, filming one and the same spot of the reef. Check my video "Marine aquarium fish in natural habitat - coral reef, Red Sea" (uploaded 19 Feb 2012)
mot gnay
mot gnay - 7 years ago
I don't like the idea of puttin emphasis on these secondary version of wat I would called breath taking scenery, since in reality we don't try to spent 3 hour in the bush, emphasizing what's going on in a certain spot in the grass in the bottom part of a tree trunk or looking at a stone on a marsh and the grass around surrounding the stone or the little things moving around it. I feel like instead of recreating a breathtaking view, these tank is fail example of thing we would pay attention to.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Well, I don't know, either... Do you have aquarium shops in the city where you live?

50. comment for Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

Edrolin Moises
Edrolin Moises - 7 years ago
Thank you very much! It is just its so hard to find plants like those here in Canada. I don't know why...
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
It's Nymphoides sp. Taiwan. Check my other video "Aquarium Ideas from InterZoo 2012 - Tropica (pt. 9)", at 04:19 - you can clearly see informations below the aquarium.
Edrolin Moises
Edrolin Moises - 7 years ago
hi again...may I know what kind of plant is that at 6:07 in the middle? thank you.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Yup, that's true, they are very educational :)
chizpa305
chizpa305 - 7 years ago
I love these tropica exhibitions. Everything is explained so.... professionally. It is always inspirational.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hehe, no worries, mate! :) Glad I could help :)
Darren Cordina
Darren Cordina - 7 years ago
I rush:) thanks a lot
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
The one at 0:30? Ludwigia repens "Rubin" - it's written on the "plant map" shown before the aquarium, didn't you notice that? I filmed these maps ony for this purpose - to show people what species of plants are where in these aquariums.
Darren Cordina
Darren Cordina - 7 years ago
What is the name of the red plants at the beginning of the video?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Apparently there are some deficiencies in fertilization. This is probably the reason why you're getting algae - one of the nutrients for the plants is lacking, but others are available. The plants can't consume them, becasue they are restricted by the one which is missing, so algae took advantage of this, and started growing better. Unfortunately, I have no idea what nutrient is missing. Try forums like "Planted Tank Net", there are lots of helpful experts there :)
Metalfishead
Metalfishead - 7 years ago
They used to, but they stopped.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Do the plants produce oxygen bubbles?
Metalfishead
Metalfishead - 7 years ago
Hello It's been set up for almost half.a year now. It's. a 55 gallon with 260 watts of light , adding co2 like two bubles fer second. Check my channel so that you can see better how It looks like. Thanks
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
At the moment I have two videos showing how to set up a planted tank. They are about nanoaquarium, but still there are some useful infos there. Check my videos entitled "Setting up planted nano aquarium - timelapse", and "Aquascaping - How to make trees in planted aquarium" (uploaded 23.05.2013 and 30.05.2013, respectively :) ).
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Well, most people find big fish more attractive than small fish. I noticed it many times during fairs or aquarium exhibitions - a large crowd always stands in front of any arowana aquarium, whereas only experts can appreciate tanks with small fish :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
How long do you have this aquariums? I mean, when was it set up, with E. parvula and all other plants / substrate / fish?
Metalfishead
Metalfishead - 7 years ago
Wow amazing! Hey how r u? I need help my elocharis parvula dwarf hair grass is not growing or spreading. Can you help me? I'm currently adding co2 and seachem line of ferlitilizers. I recently just had a algea boom. Could that be the problem?
KuffarLimeLeaf Bacon
KuffarLimeLeaf Bacon - 7 years ago
so much better to have small fish. people think big fish are best in tanks. this proves them wrong. besides its cruel.
TIDUS YUNA
TIDUS YUNA - 7 years ago
can u make video how you do it from scratch.. I like the second one very nice
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Great, I'm happy to hear that :)
dfzurichch
dfzurichch - 7 years ago
We enjoy your work .........
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
My wild guess - Alternanthera reineckii "Mini" :)
trainw22
trainw22 - 7 years ago
what is the red plant at 6:18?
Sylwia Bućko
Sylwia Bućko - 7 years ago
dziękuje :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Myriophyllu mattogrossense "Red", Hydrocotyle tripartita, Ammania sp. "Bonsai", Eleocharis sp. "Mini". Lista jest podana na tablicy informacyjnej którą widać od 1:39 do 1:47. Po to te tablice filmowałem. Wystarczy się przełączyć na 720p i wrzucić Fullscreen, i wszystko jest doskonale czytelne.
Sylwia Bućko
Sylwia Bućko - 7 years ago
witam, chciałabym zapytać jakimi rośliname akwarium jest wypełnione w 1:47 minucie?? można prosić o nazwy??
laskolasko
laskolasko - 7 years ago
UuuuuuggghhHHHHHHH!!! I wish plants weren't so freaking expensive!!
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Want what...? :)
KING
KING - 7 years ago
WANT!
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
It's Hemianthus callitrichoides "Cuba", and some Eleocharis sp. "Mini" in the corners. Check 2:04 - there is a map and list of all plants, just switch to 720p and go Fullscreen, you'll be able to see all these small letters. Aquarium plants will grow well even using "standard" 865 and 950 T8 fluorescent tubes. But there are also numerous lamps designed specially for plants, like Flora-GLO by Hagen.
Ivan Corona
Ivan Corona - 7 years ago
the one at the bottom 2:14. Also I have another question do live plants need a special lightning?
Roadtofreedom
Roadtofreedom - 7 years ago
I could only wish one day, I will be able to make some of these aquarium myself...hehe
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Hehe, yeah, I know what you mean... I've got the same problem ;)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
What kind of grass do you mean? There are at least two different species used in these tanks - what tank do you think of? What time of the video?
Ivan Corona
Ivan Corona - 7 years ago
Where can I find that green grass at the bottom of the tanks?
Roadtofreedom
Roadtofreedom - 7 years ago
Mesmerising! I thought my tank looked good but now...
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
What is "not true"? :)
Villi Vild
Villi Vild - 7 years ago
To neni pravda, to už je dotiahnuté k dokonalatosti.
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
No need to do much cleaning when there are healthy plants and not much fish :)
NDPofNovaScotia
NDPofNovaScotia - 7 years ago
Beautiful, but how on earth would you clean some of these?! O.o
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Check Tropica's website, there is a "Layouts" section, where all the layouts are described in details.
indi50
indi50 - 7 years ago
Hi, can you give more information about layout 53. Parameters,lightning......
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
It's not like "fish is having problems with its vision", it's like "You have problem with providing your fish with the right type of food", mate. Do the flakes sink after a while, or they will just float, even if very wet?
chuong pham
chuong pham - 7 years ago
Once per day. That is what the book say. My big fish got problem with its vision. It can't see anything above its head. What can I do. I am using float flake
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Of course you should feed the fish :) I feed mine twice a day, or three times a day, in small portions :)
john joseph
john joseph - 7 years ago
First of all. Great job! Beautiful! I have one question duh? How often do you feed the fish? Or do you feed the fish?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Indeed, there were no CO2s during the show - but the plants were pregrown long time before the exhibition, and of course there was a lot of CO2 added during that time. Check Tropica's website, "Layout" sub-section, there are all the tanks shown in my video, with detailed description.
Jaap Lubberts
Jaap Lubberts - 7 years ago
Huh? cant see a co2 installation anywhere, i thought that it was necessary for such beautiful and healthy plants?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
Visit Tropica's website and go to Layouts, every data is there! :)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 7 years ago
1:33 - 130x55x55 cm, Tropica layout no 48 (check their website!). 3:00 - 130x50x50 cm, layout no 50. 3:57 - 130x55x55 cm, layout no 52.

100. comment for Aquascaping - Tropica planted aquariums at InterZoo 2012

CartoonsZ Channel
CartoonsZ Channel - 7 years ago
PLEASE reply do you know how much CM (size) is this aquariums? 1:33 3:00 3:57
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
All tanks were illuminated by T5 daylight fluorescent lamps. Check Tropica.dk website, there are all details provided there (layouts number 53, 52, 51, 50, 49, 48 and 47 :) ).
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Some T5 fluorescent lamps. I'll find out, give me a sec :)
Stéphane Turcotte
Stéphane Turcotte - 8 years ago
Good inspiration! What is le light used over those tanks? I really like it.
EpexApex
EpexApex - 8 years ago
Thanks for clarifying. It was the Nymphoides sp. Taiwan. I looked for the layout on Tropica but they did not have the one in the video. I eventually saw the plant in 2 other layouts but not as a main focal point as the one in your video. Great Videos!!! (Side note: lol I could not describe the plant so i used stem. other than long petiole)
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
If you are thinking about the short red plants, it's Alternathera reineckii "Mini". If you are thinking about the plant which is exactly in the middle, the bright-green one, it's Nymphoides sp. Taiwan (but it's not a stemmed plant :) ).
EpexApex
EpexApex - 8 years ago
@ 6:00 does anyone know the name of the stemmed plant in the middle?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Tell you what - go to 02:05, switch to 720p HD mode, and go Fullscreen. There is a map of all plants, with plant names. You will find all infos on this map.
turevus
turevus - 8 years ago
yes it is cool! Any ideas what plants are these? the carpet one I believe is so called Cubae- what are the others on/around the rocks?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Yup, it's really good :)
Spidertetra42
Spidertetra42 - 8 years ago
2:15... just amazing!
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Yup :) Nice colors, together with this red plant in the middle :)
AwStitch626
AwStitch626 - 8 years ago
@ 5:54 nice to see some rosy tetras being used <3
thedylanwoody
thedylanwoody - 8 years ago
i am going to watch all 96 of your vids!!!!!
ADU Aquascaping
ADU Aquascaping - 8 years ago
Mark Evans has always been my favorite aquascaper. I regard him as the best aquascaper in the World. This of course is my opinion. Great work Mark!!
Dominik l
Dominik l - 8 years ago
Aaah, ok thanks for the explanation...
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Well, not that difficult as it seems :) You just remove all the water, cover the layout with pieces of plastic foil, to avoid drying out, put the aquarium on some sort of flat, rigid surface, and that's it :) The smaller the aquarium the easier it can be done :) Of course I don't know if Tropica is doing it like this, but I know what other people do :) It also depends on the layout - if there is mostly driftwood overgrown by moss all you need for transportation is some plastic buckets :)
Dominik l
Dominik l - 8 years ago
i love your videos also the relaxing background music... but what i ask myself, how do they transport all these finished planted tanks to the interzoo without destroying these layouts...?
Lugia007PLn
Lugia007PLn - 8 years ago
Grudziądz 25-26 sierpnia Szczecin 21-23 wrzesnia
This_one_simple_trick
This_one_simple_trick - 8 years ago
wow these are beautiful! i want layout 49!!!!
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
"Teraz" to znaczy kiedy? :) Raczej nie będę, założyłem sobie szlaban na nowy materiał, bo za dużo mam zaległych rzeczy, muszę to przepchnąć zanim zacznę kręcić coś nowego... Jutro biorę się w końcu za ZooBotanikę 2011 cz.4 :)
Lugia007PLn
Lugia007PLn - 8 years ago
Bedziesz teraz w Grudziadzu i Szczecinie na wystawach?
DefiniteAquascapeTV
DefiniteAquascapeTV - 8 years ago
Hehe, that's right! :) Share the link as far as you can, let's show to the world that holidays do not influence the number of views! ;)

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