Jurassic Mountain (low-tech)(planted aquarium)(Aquascape)

Aquascape inspired by a mountain in Thailand known as JURASSIC MOUNTAIN.?Can you find the fossilized Dinosaur? Lets take care of nature.

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Aquascape inspired by a mountain in Thailand known as JURASSIC MOUNTAIN.?Can you find the fossilized Dinosaur? Lets take care of nature.

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Manny Chinchilla
Manny Chinchilla - 4 years ago
Amazing. I was just thinking about what if I got some moss balls and layer them to make a carpet of sorts and here I see you used it in such a unique and interesting way. I hope you don't mind but I will try to aquascape my new nano tanks similar to yours. For shrimp I think they'll like it . I love it. Much love from here in Los Angeles
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
Were Glad! to share ideas, and inspire Aquascapers! .. and yes, that would make a GREAT grazing area for your shrimp. {{{{{THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!}}}}}} 'Beyond Aquatic Design' team
Brian Bloomfield
Brian Bloomfield - 4 years ago
Very cool. I love the marimo carpet. How did you get so much??
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
All the marimo was placed at the begging around 5-6 large balls. it grows super slow.
Channidae
Channidae - 4 years ago
Huh, is that a marimo algae carpet!?! That's so cool
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
sure is! thanx for watching.
Shrimp Paradise
Shrimp Paradise - 4 years ago
beautiful tank setup nice
Hayden V
Hayden V - 4 years ago
so badass
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
thanks for the support
Nils Kroes
Nils Kroes - 4 years ago
What is the plant that u used for the carpet?
LLMyoutube
LLMyoutube - 4 years ago
this is an absolutely gorgeous tank! I love the message too!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
thanks for your support
Wade 16
Wade 16 - 4 years ago
Very nice presentation and tank as well :')
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
thanks for watching!
Couldn't Care Koala Bear
Couldn't Care Koala Bear - 4 years ago
What music starts playing at 1:20?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
same.

10. comment for Jurassic Mountain (low-tech)(planted aquarium)(Aquascape)

Sergey Dobrovolskiy
Sergey Dobrovolskiy - 5 years ago
You 'drown' your Marimo balls with sand, or use something different?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
cut it and spread as carpet, fit snug int o crevices of rocks, if it still floats try tying it down with some thin0.5lb fishing string.
สุนัย ทับทิมเล็ก
สุนัย ทับทิมเล็ก - 5 years ago
It is what plants ?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
Marimo balls as carpet anubia petite at the right side in the mountain rotala rotundifolia in your far right and cryptocorine parva close by the small path.
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
Great Tank, something different. Unique. Is it not hard to maintain the Marimo Algae? It looks like the Marimo on the forground will be catching all the dirt and debries. Also, how much did you spend with so much Marimo? Very nice presentation too on the video, the message it conveys to all the people out there. Not just an Aqua Scaping.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
WOW! that is FAR! you're right is interesting how far critters travel around the world. take care
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
That is so kind of you, I am really surprised. You have helped me a lot already with your videos and all the answers you patiently given me with my unending questions. I searched and yes, we are about 6346 Nautical Miles far away, that is from Manila (capital of the Philippines) and from Manila to our place (Baguio City) is about 246 km. What I've heard from my Auntie is that it takes about 18 hours flight from Manila to California. Thanks, you actually understood my written English. Actually I struggle a bit in English writing, but I do check/edit carefully what I write. I think sending some Amano Shrimps will be too much of a bother, I'd rather not bother you with that. I have some RCS in my tank, they are cheap and are available in our LFS. And I think, it would be hard for the shrimps to survive the shipment, I never had any live item shipped in our place. I also wonder how the dealers in Manila ship (import) live items. I really appreciate your very, very kind offer.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
no problem I wanted to share some AMANO shrimp for you to enjoy... its interesting how FAR we are. your english is awesome !
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
LOL, I am nowhere near from California. Although, I have a lot of relatives from downtown San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cupertino, some in San Diego. I am from the Philippines. I live in Baguio City somewhere north of Manila. The highest city of the Philippines, our temp here is relatively colder than the rest of the country, that is why it is called the summer capital of the Philippines. Temp range here is 16 - 26 centigrade. I'm so sorry for making you think I am from somewhere there, I should have told earlier.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
your very welcome any time... were are you from CALIFORNIA?
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
Thanks for the very good lesson, so it is okay to tie Marimo to a stone like a moss. This is really a good news, I'm very happy to learn from your experiences. Yup, I saw that you already uploaded a new video, does this means you are settled down already? Hope, your are. I am downloading the new video now, I am going to watch it later.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
marimo will brown when you put something over it "a stone" but if you push it in to the crevices between rocks or wood it will attach it self with time like a moss. I always use a separate bucket to clean the marimo balls before using it in a setup that way all the loose floating particles won't float around and land on other plants. +  I always vacuum my tanks after working on them. to avoid the floating around problem I push into tight spots or tie them out to a flat rock. new video coming out today from one of my neglected tanks
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
No problem, I just hope the bottom of the Marimo does not rot/die, in case I finally got my hand on trying it. One more concern I have with the Marimo, will it not scatter around the the tank? I have Java Moss in my tank will it not mix with it? Hope you get settled down soon in your new house.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
thanks for your support
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
Good to hear that. Thanks for the info. I will try to grow marimo that way in my tank, it is a low light tank. Hope you could setup a similar thank in your new place.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
{algae in stone} too much light but balance was achieved super easily this tank i made to be able to use 6 bulbs I was using 4, balance was achieved using 1! 6500k lastly!! the vacuum every week problem, was fixed with a canister filter instead of the Aqua clear 30 it started with no more algae no more vacuuming and added cherry shrimp and 3 Corry cats ( amanos stayed in the tank till tear down.
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
I was hoping it would be a very very low maintenance tank. I can see the algae in the stones, I'm trying my best to keep the algae out my tank also. I think tons of RCS would have helped with the maintenance. I am only interested with low tech, low maintenance tanks for now. The hobby should not be expensive. Hoping you are having a great day with your Fish Room and congrats with new house, hoping to see the videos soon. I will check your other accounts for now.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+AngTan Mor the tank did perfect super easy set up but as you said something similar I had to vacuum the carpet every week to reduce excess organic buildup which leds to algae!.
Shortly after 6 month of running I bought a house and had to tear down almost all my tanks,I couldn't pay attention to them. I am now working on my fish room and will have more videos to come. I also have instagram and face book
AngTan Mor
AngTan Mor - 5 years ago
How is the tank doing now? I hope to see an update of this tank. See how the Marimo Algae performs in that kind of setup?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
Thanks a lot for watching your attention to details is appreciated.
Darkkomedy
Darkkomedy - 5 years ago
What kinda fish is that white thing with the yellow tail that looks like a mini gar?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
Dermogenys pusilla, Wrestling Halfbeak
Vishnu P
Vishnu P - 5 years ago
can u please post the details of how to setup this(with pictures/video) or please send me to my mail id 1vishnup@gmail.com
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
sorry didn't get any footage of setting up this tank...
jacob wylie
jacob wylie - 5 years ago
What rocks were used in this
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
the rock is called LACE ROCK- thanks for watching
Janssen Eric Poda
Janssen Eric Poda - 5 years ago
can you make video of how you aquascaped this? thnx
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
we apologize for not having that video, thanks for watching!
Sheldon Summers
Sheldon Summers - 5 years ago
Love your great quality, professionalism and the level of detail in your works. Keep it up bud!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
thank you I appreciate your kind comments
Javo Paella
Javo Paella - 5 years ago
Awesome D:
Can you tell me please which fish species you use?
Greetengs from México
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 4 years ago
subscribe and share in your Facebook groups, we appreciate your support.
Javo Paella
Javo Paella - 5 years ago
Thank you so much.
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
hello the fish are Dermogenys pusillus/Danio Margaritatus/Crossocheilus siamensis
Nick Musik
Nick Musik - 5 years ago
What plant is used to carpet the aquarium?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
4-5 LARGE BALLS i already had 3 small ones floating around.
Nick Musik
Nick Musik - 5 years ago
How long and how many cladophora balls did you use to properly grow this aquascape?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
yes just spread the cladophora ball apart in to a carpet. you can attach it to flat rocks with thin clear thread or push it between crevices! happy scaping!
Nick Musik
Nick Musik - 5 years ago
Cladophora are moss balls ? How did you manage to make this carpet, as I would like to implement the same Idea ?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
thanks for watching (CLADOPHORA)

20. comment for Jurassic Mountain (low-tech)(planted aquarium)(Aquascape)

Chandan M N
Chandan M N - 5 years ago
fantastic job
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+Chandan m n thanks for passing by.. I already watched some of your nice videos
Tee Johnson
Tee Johnson - 5 years ago
Where is the video on this tank being set up ?
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+Tee Johnson Sorry I didn't make one I swear it take a lot of time away! but I did take some pic I,d have to find them
DreamFishCom Sidd
DreamFishCom Sidd - 5 years ago
Nice scape...great video
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+DreamFishCom Sidd Thanks for passing by
Carlos Albarran
Carlos Albarran - 5 years ago
Great aquascape Great Words Keep up the excellent work!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+Carlos Albarran thank you Carlos.
Dav Aqua World
Dav Aqua World - 5 years ago
Beautiful video
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+Dav Petrosov thanks
elvisaquarium
elvisaquarium - 5 years ago
Beautiful!!! great job!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
thanks for your nice comments!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+Joni Solis Cladophora balls also known as marimo balls
Joni Solis
Joni Solis - 5 years ago
+Beyond Aquatic Design what plant are you using for the grass? Thanks! Lovely Tank!
Beyond Aquatic Design
Beyond Aquatic Design - 5 years ago
+elvisaquarium thanks! im glad you liked it

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