Enjoy DOOA ‘System Paluda 30’

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Expressing the diversity of waterside in jungle with aquatic plants and tropical plants

An aspect of trees standing in a marshland of a jungle and other plants live on the trees as their place to be is expressed in this layout. There are many aquatic plants that can be grown above water, and they are useful when creating Paludarium. Small Cryptocoryne worked well as undergrowth in this layout. Although Cryptocoryne parva is useful in general, with a consideration of a harmony between the composition and the scale of the plant compared to other plants, relatively large Cryptocoryne lucens is used for this layout. Combinations of aquatic plants and Jungle Plants are the key points for the ADA styled Paludarium.
DOOA Paluda Light 30
DOOA System Paluda 30 W30×D30×H45(cm)
DOOA Mistflow Box
DOOA Mistflow
DOOA Mistflow Cap
DOOA System Stand 35 (Black)
Power Code S-70
DOOA Jungle Soil
DOOA Jungle Base
DOOA Wabi Kusa Mist

Nepenthes mirabilis
Elatostema sp.
Ficus pumila var. quercifolia
Sonerila sp.
Platystele umbellate
Ooia sp.
Fenestratarum culum
Trichomanes sp.
Selaginella sp
Davallia parvula
Wabi-Kusa Mat Vesicularia montagnei
Wabi-Kusa Mat Taxiphyllum sp. ‘Peacock Moss’
Bio Mizukusa no Mori Cryptocoryne lucens
Jungle Plant Coelogyne fimbriata

Shooting date: December 12th, 2019
Creator: Kota Iwahori
Borneo   Shooting Date Mid-November in 1996
Photographed by Takashi Amano
Waterside environments such as streams in tropical jungles and marshlands stimulate creators’ imaginations.
Nepenthes mirabilis
Sonerila sp.
Ficus pumila var. quercifolia
Plants with uniquely shaped leaves
There is a wide variety of plants growing in tropical jungles. Such diversity is expressed with tropical plants with uniquely shaped leaves.