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#5714 Irrigation fields supplied by Sungai Wirolegi

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Indonesia, East Java, Jember

A 150 liter aquarium that imitates a flow of the rice irrigation channel. I created it to show the underwater view of rice field irrigation with a combination of rice field mud and roots arranged by Nature.

Submitted by
Iqbal Dani Prayogi
GPS
-8.1558561, 113.7569046
Geographical region
Southeastern Asia
Drainage Basin
Puger Bay
River catchment
Water body type
Puddle
Water body name
Rice irrigation system
Water body part
Channel
Water body course
Headwaters
Water body: tributary of
Stream
Tributary name
Sungai Wirolegi

Videos above and below water

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
Water color
Clear water
Water transparency
Medium
Concentration of sediments
High
Water temperature
30 °C
Water flow/curent
Slow

Chemical parameters

pH
9
Conductivity
5
GH
8 mg/l
KH
9 mg/l
Dissolved Oxygen
30 %

Aquarium information

Aquarium description

Set-up date
May 23rd, 2022
Aquarium decoration

Mud is the main substrate for this biotope aquarium, set-up with large boulders covered by fine grains of mud clay as if to make the biotope look natural.

Aquarium equipment
  • Recent power filter: Model AA-103; Voltage 220-240v; Frequency 50Hz; Watts 25w; H-max 1.5m; F-max 1300L/H.
  • Lighting: Neon 14 Watt size 1cmx50cm.
Fish care
  • Glass cleaning every 2 days
  • Feeding: regularly
Plant care

Not present.

Water care
  • Water change every 2 weeks
  • Replacing filter media such as pumice, palm fiber, dacron, silica sand and manganese rock and charcoal

Dimensions

Length
90 cm
Depth
30 cm
High
39 cm
Volume
150 L

Substrate in aquarium

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