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#8007 Suoi Dua, Ha Thanh stream, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam

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Viet Nam, Bui Thi Xuan, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province

The Suoi Dua area has many trees and rock waterfalls, creating a very beautiful landscape. The flora is very diverse with many types of plants growing very well from low vegetation to tall trees, terrestrial animals around are quite few and very shy but underwater animals are diverse with about 5 to 7 different types.

Submitted by
Huỳnh Long Phi
GPS
13.7337437, 109.1651993
Geographical region
Southeastern Asia
Drainage Basin
Suối Dứa
River catchment
Sông Hà Thanh
Water body type
Hill streams
Water body name
Suối Dứa
Water body part
Rapids
Water body course
Source
Water body: tributary of
Hill streams
Tributary name
Sông Hà Thanh

Videos above and below water

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
Water color
Clear water
Water transparency
Medium
Concentration of sediments
Medium
Water temperature
28 °C
Water flow/curent
Slow

Chemical parameters

pH
5.6
Conductivity
28
GH
230 mg/l
KH
150 mg/l
Dissolved Oxygen

Substrate in nature

Sand
None
Pebble/Gravel
Mixed
Stone
Brown
Stone form
Irregular
Silt/Mud
Brown
Leaves
Many
Driftwood
Many
Submerged terrestrial vegetation
None

Aquatic Biotope

Date of collecting
1 April, 2024
Collecting area
Below waterfall
Water depth
0,5m
Air temperature
30 °C
Sunlight
Partial shade

Environment

Environment
Affected by human activity
Affected by human activity
Deforestation
Deforestation
Initial
Surrounding area

Suối Dứa is a stream far from the city’s residential area, located in the suburbs. The surrounding vegetation is diverse and rugged.

Underwater landscape

Because it is affected by human impact, the environment is not stable. Under the water there are many dry branches and dry leaves due to human logging of Acacia melaleuca trees, creating a special scene.

Fishes:

Barbodes semifasciolatus (Cyprinidae)

Threats to ecology

Suối Dứa stream is very important for the ecosystem, it provides water and life for the flora and fauna.

Riparian zone

Trees near the aquatic habitat
Few - Acacia auriculiformis (Fabaceae)