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NEOGLASS AIR STYLE #2

The Easy Way to Enjoy Iwagumi


You can enjoy Iwagumi and its vast world, regardless of the size of the aquarium. Although this small layout itself is for viewing purposes, when actually making it, it is also a good practice for creating a real stone layout in a large aquarium. We used Ouko Stone and Shinobugoke, or Thuidium sp. which is terrestrial moss, as we do not fill the NEO GLASS AIR with water. Because Thuidium sp. likes a damp shade environment, lighting equipment is not necessary if it is kept in a bright room. However, because it is susceptible to dried environment, daily misting is indispensable for enjoying with fully-opened NEO GLASS AIR W20×D20×H8 (cm). It is enjoyable to try such a small Iwagumi even when small stones are left over in layout production.
DATA
NEO GLASS AIR W20 × D20 × H8 (cm)
DOOA TROPICAL RIVER SOIL
Ouko Stone

[plant]
Shinobugoke (Thuidium sp.)

Creator / Yusuke Homma
It is nice to look at spreading of the leaves of moss by absorbing moisture.

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“Aqua Journal vol.279”

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