Four very interesting aquariums, displayed at the booth of Saigon Aquarium Corp.(http://www.saigonaquarium.com) during InterZoo 2014.
You may say “Hey, these tanks look quite normal, they are not even ‘aquascaped’ in any way” – that’s true, but nevertheless, they are very “elegant”, so to say. Very simple, but very easthetically pleasing – each of them would be a very nice (and easy to maintain) decoration in a livingroom.
00:19 – this aquarium is planted only with various Anubias species. Fish are mostly discus fish (kind of stressed…) and various varietes of Microgeophagus ramirezi (wild, “electric blue”, and some form of “short” – the last one is a deformation which in my opinion should be avoided).
00:55 – aquarium planted with Anubias barteri, Anubias nana, and Microsorum pteropus. There are many species of fishes here, I don’t recognize all, but I do recognize some: Tanichthys albonubes, Tanichthys micagemmane, Rasbora trilineata, Sewellia lineolata, Kryptopterus minor.
02:15 – large tank with panoramic front glass. Plants used are mostly Microsorum pteropus and M. pteropus “Vindelow”. On the left-hand side there are some large Anubias sp. Tank has quite dimmed lighting, so the large shoal of cardinal tetras looks particularly attractive.
03:01 – this aquarium is very colorful and full of life, even though the decoration and illumination is rather dark. It is stocked with about a zillion 😉 of males of guppies Poecillia reticulata, of various varietes. Plants used are Microsorum pteropus, Anubias barteri and Anubias nana, Thanks to the guppies, you can’t be bored by such tank! 🙂
Enjoy the video! 🙂