This is the second in the series, and we are aquascaping a tank to be occupied by South American schooling fish and a bristlenose pleco. For this reason we have chosen to make use of the Mopani wood that Donna had available. This wood is however not the easiest to aquascape with, often consisting of large flat pieces. Matt suggested that a tree stump style aquascape was attempted to make best use of this wood.
The finished aquascape once laid out and planted.
The thread below documents the progress with this aquascape, and includes a photo of the Mopani wood pieces that Donna has available.
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