Tozé Nunes

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  1. Tozé Nunes

    Magma

    Vera, tens as duas calhas ligadas a relógios diferentes? Para que efeito tens aí essa caixa da HP?
  2. Um pormenor dos tetra ember na sua casinha. Como este aquário está no meu local de trabalho, por via da calamidade pública decretada e bem pelo governo devido à pandemia do vírus covid19, esteve quase a ter que voltar para minha casa. Mas para já como continuo a trabalhar nas instalações da empresa vou mantendo isto debaixo de olho. Quem pode trabalhar/estudar ou tomar conta dos pirralhos em casa deve se manter resguardado, aproveitem e dêem um pouco mais de atenção também aos vossos aquários. Quem tem que ir trabalhar, protejam-se ao máximo, juntos vamos conseguir libertar-nos desta ameaça. Abraços
  3. Quase 3 meses depois uma pequena actualização deste aquário, por agora o único sobrevivente cá em casa... com o desmantelamento do outro aquário recebeu a sua fauna. E está em modo livre por falta de tempo e vontade para o pôr no caminho desejado.
  4. Bruno, com o restaurante encerrado devido ao coronavirus como vais manter a manutenção dele?
  5. Mais um belíssimo trabalho Bruno. Essa árvore em primeiro plano está um espetáculo. Já a pedra colada no topo da outra no lado direito vai ter que ficar muito bem disfarçada com a plantação para ficar mais natural. Continuação de bom trabalho!
  6. Simples mas elegante. Bom layout e com muito espaço para os peixes nadarem. Que reforços fizeste ao móvel? E o que é o sonoff?
  7. Novidades zero. Levou uma poda grande, de resto é ir fazendo as tpas à segunda feira.
  8. Nunca usei qualquer das opções que colocaste por isso não te sei ajudar nessa escolha. Mas tens esta opção que pelos valores falados é boa opção e já utilizei com sucesso em nanos: https://www.ecoarium.pt/led-iluminacao/1481-aquael-leddy-smart-6w-plant-black.html Quanto à opção de plantas podes usar tanto as plantas de rizoma (Anubias, fetos de java, bucephalandras) musgos e também plantas flutuantes, o betta ia adorar estas últimas. Sobre o facto de se tornar praga...Só se deixares 😁, o que se faz quando são muitas é retirar umas poucas, nada de complicado. E para "alimentar" as plantas basta usar um fertilizante tipo o fluorish da Seachem.
  9. Podes manter os lily pipes e adicionar um skimmer na outra ponta do aquário e ligas quando necessário para limpar essa gosma na superfície. Podes adicionar uma colônia de camarões para começarem a limpar algas.
  10. Para os cardinais utiliza uma alimentação de flocos ou granulado pequeno. Muito pouco de cada vez! A malta restante come algas e o que os tetras não tiverem apanhado. Cuidado para a helena não atacar as neritinas! Corta as plantas de caule e replanta os topos cortados para aumentar as moitas
  11. Boas. No dia de Natal criaste um tópico muito parecido e ao qual foram feitas perguntas para percebermos como podiamos ajudar, perguntas essas às quais não respondeste...
  12. Novidades??? E que tal arranjar um nome menos descritivo??? Que bom teres tido o apoio de gajos desta colidade!!! 😁😜
  13. Eu tenho um 2213 num 45p 😁, tinha 2 2213 no 60p, 1 2215 num aquário de 96 litros e um 2217 no 90p, já deu para perceber o quanto eu gosto da gama classic da Eheim? Que filtro escolheste?
  14. Experimenta na Aquaplante, fica em Benfica.
  15. Ter o privilégio de sermos avaliados, e melhor que isso, receber comentários dos juizes é algo muito raro no aquascaping a nivel mundial e normalmente só para os melhores. Ora como nós eramos só 12 este ano tivemos todos direito a palavras de quem sabe muito disto. A very decent tank, but the stem plant at the background needs a proper trimming and let them grow more compact. I am not too sure about the wood on the right side, it looks interesting but at the same time it looks like it does not belong to this tank. perhaps rermoving this wood and extend more rocks on the right side will be better. - Josh Sim Overall are good but I think the Bucep. Plant are so big and it look not in scale. - Dave Chow The rock that rises greatly in the center is characteristic and powerful. However, since this large rock can only be seen in shadows, it is better to show the part where the light hits and express it more 3-dimensionally. - Takayuki Fukada O Josh Sim apontou as moitas não estarem compactas e têm razão. O problema é que com o setup existente é muitp difícil conseguir moitas compactas e que neste caso ficassem visíveis por detrás das pedras. Mas é um aspecto que ainda tenho muito que treinar para conseguir corrigir. O Dave fala na dimensão das bucephalandras, penso que nao as que estão na base mas sim a que está no topo das pedras. O uso de uma lente grande angular força isso um pouco ao aumentar o que está em primeiro plano e reduz o que está mais atrás forjando um efeito de maior profundidade. O só ter apontado isso significa que tudo o resto está bom? Quero acreditar nisso 🤣 Finalmente o Fukada fala em 3 dimensões usando a luz para realçar isso. Eu na sessão fotográfica usei a calha que esteve sempre a uso neste aquário e uma outra calha atras do aquário apontada á parede para criar o efeito de contraluz. Com este setup só podia iluminar as plantas atrás ficando as pedras na sombra ou o oposto. Numa sessão mais pro usando pequenos spots podia conseguir algo mais, não foi o caso. Aliás tenho aqui umas fotos que a minha esposa tirou na altura para vocês perceberem o nível de desenrascanço aqui do je 😜
  16. Mau, queres ver que tambem foste aliciado com a promessa de gelados oferta????🤔😜
  17. Temos finalmente todas as pontuações e mais importante todos comentaram um a um cada aquário: Composition is good, the tank is divided in perfect ratio too. But the anubias seems a little too big for this tank. All the woods are quite similar size, if the woods on the left side can be a little bigger, it will give better depth and 3D effect. I would also prefer a little bit of HC (Cuba) on the left side too, so the overall scape look more balance. But it is a good tank in general. - Josh Sim Everythings is good, if have some triming of the plants in between the branches are mush more better. - Dave Chow Very good composition for a layout using driftwood, and the central space is visually effective. Hygrophila pinnatifida settled on driftwood is a little too long, which makes the layout cluttered. - Takayuki Fukada Beautiful use of plants in such a small tank. I love the details, the plants condition and plant choice. The rocks arrangement is perfect too. One thing I would change, is the right side near to the tank glass at the background, if the plants can continue towards the tank glass, the overall scape would look better especially if we can see a little bit of reflection on the right side tank glass, the continuation would be nice. - Josh Sim The layout are good, good composition and plants arrangement. - Dave Chow The first impression is so amazing. However, the sand and pebbles laid in the foreground seemed a little rough, making the impression worse. I think it's better to express all other sand areas with short vegetation, leaving only the central white path. - Takayuki Fukada Bucephalandra and Anubias seems to be too big for this tank. The foreground plants (Marsilea?) makes the tank look "new" and not matured enough. Some anubias on the right side would make the layout look more balance. - Josh Sim The layout are interesting but please consider the shade part of the tank because it look so dark. - Dave Chow The steep rocky mountain ideas on both sides are interesting and appreciated. However, the representation of the ground beneath the rocks feels a bit subtle. It would have been nice to have a gorge-like expression using smaller rocks. - Takayuki Fukada Hardscape arrangement is nice, very simple but very clean and refreshing. However, the plants does not look matured to me, for a 2-3 months tank, the plants should not look like this. My guess is that the plants were just put in less than a months. A more matured plant condition would give this tank a high score. - Josh Sim The layout are clean and good but please consider to plant more plants and it will look more better. - Dave Chow The layout is so beautiful with a well-balanced composition, but the sure thing is that the volume of the plants is not enough. Maybe the plants in this tank have just been planted and the time has not yet passed. I look forward to this tank after a few months later. - Takayuki Fukada Forefround that exposed a lot of soil is not a good practice. It shows that this tank is not matured. Hardscape arrangement is too "square" for me, it looks like the woods and plants form a square shape, leaving the right side too empty. - Josh Sim I like the overall composition if the right lower part place something for example place some rock over there, it will turn to more better. - Dave Chow In the case of this layout, it is better to open more space on the right side. There must be some expression behind the driftwood and it is not a good impression that the soil is partially exposed. - Takayuki Fukada A simple but pleasant tank. Very Zen and very nice to look at. Plants condition is good and the reflection on the tank glass is nice too. Rock selection can be improved, rocks with more "character" and more unique should be used. The sand is too white and in future, please do not show soil mixing with sand at the fopreground. - Josh Sim The stone arrangement are good but if the plants are grown more higher, it will be more beautiful. - Dave Chow All plants are healthy and so beautiful. However as a layout, the space is a bit too open and I feel lonely. Make the background rocks higher, or it may improve if the stem plants are more widely spread. - Takayuki Fukada Good tank composition with a nice dynamic flow. I feel that the Cyptocoryne and Bucephalandra can be removed, it is too big and does not match with the overall scape. These 2 plants look too "hard" as compare to the nice and softer nature of the other plants. Water level can be lower so that we can see a nicer reflection on the tank surface. - Josh Sim I like the overall composition, but if the stone of the left hand side are much more smaller it will be more beautiful. - Dave Chow The planting is good and the composition balance is perfect. However, all materials are evenly illuminated and there is no shadow. So if you show the shadows of the rocks, the layout impression will be better. - Takayuki Fukada Beautiful tank. Hardscape and plants match nicely. I would prefer slightly more rocks on the right side to balance the scape. If the background of the tank can be brighter instead of the greyish background, this tank will look nicer and not so "gloomy". Water surface should be lower too when taking the photo. - Josh Sim This layout are very good if the background are more lighter then it will be much more better. - Dave Chow I feel the creator's skills with a carefully crafted layout with details. The only disappointment is that the picture is too dark, so in such an open space layout you need to shoot on a light background. - Takayuki Fukada The arrangement of the wood is lacking a dynamic feel and it affects the flow. Red stem plants at the background looks messy, they need to grow more compact and have proper trimming. The Cryptocoryne looks out of place. - Josh Sim The layout and plant condition are good, but I think there should be much more background plants at the left hand side. - Dave Chow The production of the view of nature from the foreground to the middle is great. That's why it is very disappointing that no directing takes place in the background. Some kind of production is necessary, such as planting many stem plants. - Takayuki Fukada A very decent tank, but the stem plant at the background needs a proper trimming and let them grow more compact. I am not too sure about the wood on the right side, it looks interesting but at the same time it looks like it does not belong to this tank. perhaps rermoving this wood and extend more rocks on the right side will be better. - Josh Sim Overall are good but I think the Bucep. Plant are so big and it look not in scale. - Dave Chow The rock that rises greatly in the center is characteristic and powerful. However, since this large rock can only be seen in shadows, it is better to show the part where the light hits and express it more 3-dimensionally. - Takayuki Fukada The big rock at the center and the Anubias on the right side, are 2 major things that destroy this otherwise nice layout. The rock at the center is just out of place, the texture and shape of the rock is totally different from other rocks in this tank. Anubias on the right is simply redundant. This tank will look so much better withtout the center rock and the Anubias, what a pity. - Josh Sim I like this layout with very good composition, plants condition and also photography. - Dave Chow Overall a very good and balanced layout. The rock placed in the center is a cool eye-catching point. Unfortunately, there is no fish. The presence of fish will make it even more impressive. - Takayuki Fukada The way to create the "white background" is incorrect. A white background is not meant to stick a white paper on the tank glass, it will create a "white wall" and affect the depth and 3D feeling. There must be a disctance between the tank glass and the white paper, minimum 15-20cm so that the background will look deep and clear. Scape wise, a simple but nice tank, if water level can be lower to show water reflection, this will look better. - Josh Sim The layout are good, if the branches are much more thicker then it will be looking better. - Dave Chow The clean and beautiful layout gives me a good impression. But to be precise, this layout is not yet complete. The background stem plants will grow more and become more beautiful when it comes to volume. - Takayuki Fukada E finalmente a pontuação: Parabéns ao Filipe Serrenho e a todos os que fizeram desta segunda edição mais um sucesso. Agradecer também à equipa por detrás disto e aos patrocinadores por mais uma vez nos terem apoiado.