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  • ISTA International Aquascaping Contest

    IIAC (ISTA International Aquascaping Contest) is one of the most well-known Taiwanese brands in the world, and we consider ourselves as the leader in the aquascaping field. Promoting aquascaping is always one of our missions. Taiwanese hobbyists have won many awards in several world-class competitions, so we feel the need of hosting an international aquascaping contest in Taiwan.
  • Korea International Aquascaping Contest

    KIAC (Korea International Aquascaping Contest) is an aquascaping contest organized by KAA (Korea Aquascape Association) since 2018. It was a Korean-only event until 2021 and has expanded to an international event from 2022.
  • European Aquatic Plants Layout Contest

    EAPLC - European Aquatic Plants Layout Contest. For this reason only entries from geographical Europe are allowed. To foster the trend of Nature Aquariums and Aquascaping the EAPLC contest has evolved since its first launch in 2013. Every year we receive a variety of skillful layouts from all over Europe. Starting from 2023 EAPLC offers a wider selection of categories for better classification and fair judging process. We are looking very much forward receiving your best works.
  • The Aquatic Gardeners Association International Aquascaping Contest

    The Aquatic Gardeners Association, Inc. (AGA) is a non-profit social welfare association organized in accordance with Section 501(c)(4) of the US Internal Revenue Code. Dues and other payments to the AGA are not deductible as charitable contributions for US Federal income tax purposes..
  • CBAP

    The Brazilian Aquascaping Contest or CBAP is the most traditional and oldest aquascaping contest in aquariums in Brazil.
  • IAPLC

    IAPLC (The International Aquatic Plants Layout Contest) is an international planted aquarium competition where participants compete with each other for their original “aquascapes” created in aquaria.