Scott Miller

July 04, 2019 1 min read

Scott Miller

This beautifully manicured Dutch aquascape tank (that meets the incredibly strict criteria set by the Dutch Society for Aquarists, NBAT)  presents a tapestry of varied plant forms that exemplifies the Dutch Style of aquascaping: well defined plant groups with small spaces between them, with no more than 1 plant species per 10am of tank length, and with no duplication of the same species in another group. Note the terracing and that little or no glass is visible. NBAT rules also imply that shoal of fish should consist of at least 12 fishes from the same species.

 Scott Miller



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