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#5665 Heukcheon river, Yangpyeong province, South Korea

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South Korea, Yangpyeong County, Gyeonggi-do Province

The 60 liter aquarium with its small stream of water forms part of the natural water landscape of the Heukcheon river. The river flowing down to one of the huge river in Korea, Han River. Actually, Heukcheon-river is one of largest affluents of Han River. So more than 60% of the Korean native species are founf in the Heukcheon River.

Squalidus multimaculatus play a major role here. Fish swim in the biotope with some aquatic plants.

Submitted by
Shinyoung Kim
GPS
37.5506287, 127.3213654
Geographical region
Eastern Asia
Drainage Basin
Han-river
River catchment
Heukcheon tributary
Water body type
Stream
Water body name
Han-river
Water body part
River mouth
Water body course
Lower course
Water body: tributary of
River
Tributary name
Han-river

Videos above and below water

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
Water color
Clear water
Water transparency
High
Concentration of sediments
Low
Water temperature
winter: -°C/summer: 24 °C
Water flow/curent
Strong

Chemical parameters

pH
6.5
Conductivity
GH
KH
Dissolved Oxygen

Aquarium information

Aquarium description

Set-up date
May, 2022
Aquarium decoration

I got rocks and gravels and all the stuffs and fishes collect from the nature.

Aquarium equipment
  • Kotobuki Powerbox – canister filter 1000x
  • Kessil 360 for the lights
Fish care

Feeding once a day with small pellet food with probiotics and pribiotics.

Fishes:

  • Squalidus multimaculatus (Gobionidae) – 5
  • Pungtungia herzi (Gobionidae) – 2
  • Rhinogobius brunneus (Gobiidae) – 7

Crustaceans:

  • Palaemon paucidens (Palaemonidae) – 2
Plant care

Wetland plants:

  • Acorus calamus (Acoraceae) – 5
Water care

The average water current was adjusted to ensure good oxygenation, and temperature is kept at 26°C. Water change: twice a week 30% each time.

Dimensions

Length
60 cm
Depth
30 cm
High
36 cm
Volume
60 L

Substrate in aquarium

Sand
Beige
Pebble/Gravel
Grey
Stone
Stone form
Roundish
Silt/Mud
None
Leaves
No
Driftwood
Few
Submerged terrestrial vegetation
No