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FLOODED AREAS

Flooded areas are lowlands which flood in the rainy season and dry out in the dry season. If the flooded area connects with a river or any other body of water, it is then used by the fish and other aquatic fauna to reproduce.

Its water pH and temperature depend on the ground composition and amount of vegetation covering the water.

Flooded areas are one of the many habitats featured in the Freshwater Natural Aquarium Documentary.

You can also visit our Flooded Areas Underwater habitat page.

 

FLOODED AREA

ABOVE: In flooded areas, the land vegetation is limited to the species whose roots can withstand to be at least four months underwater.

BELOW: This picture shows a rotten tree trunk on which a Galeandra sp. orchid has been able to grow on, and its a good example of how every dry space is used in the flooded areas.

 

Galeandra sp.

 

ABOVE and BELOW: In some expeditions we find rare types of orchids which flower on the rainy season in the wild. This picture of a Galeandra sp. orchid was taken in its natural habitat.

Galeandra sp.

 

Drosera sp.

ABOVE: This carnivorous plant, Drosera sp., is one of the multiple rare species of plants that live on the flooded area shores. The substrate where we found this specimen consisted in silica sand covered with a reddish, rotting, vegetable organic matter (not silt). This silica sand was permanently drenched in rainwater. It was incredible to see how they have adapted to withstand being temporarily submerged underwater. The specimen on this picture was photographed in its natural habitat and is probably a new species of Drosera.

BELOW: A sun set in the flooded area habitat.

FLOODED AREA HABITAT

 

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