Bengkulu Sumatra Danau Diatas Padang

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Bengkulu Sumatra

Danau Diatas Padang

 

Danau-Diatas

 

Latitude : 1 4 48 S Logitude : 100 45 0 E
Altitude : 1531 to 1531 metres
Area : 1230 ha Wetlands: 0 ha
Site Description
Lake DiAtas is encircled mainly by gentle slope. Water from Lake DiAtas is the source of the Hari river and flow into the Strait of Malaka. The soil covering L.DiAtas area comes mainly from volcanic ash from eruptions of Mt.Talang. The small plain on the southeastern coast of Lake DiAtas is covered by alluvial soil. The maximum depth of lake is 44 m. The area of the whole catchment basin including that of lake surface is 4180 ha and area of terestrial surface in the catchment basin is 3260 ha.
Site Location
Danau Diatas is locatedm on the 45 km from Padang.

List of Birds (1 species)

Anas querquedula

List of Fish (9 species)

Barbodes gonionotus
Barbodes schwanenfeldii
Cyclocheilichthys armatus
Cyprinus carpio
Hampala macrolepidota
Osteochilus hasseltii
Puntius binotatus
Rasbora elegans
Tor tambroides

List of Mollusks (6 species)

Species Red Data Book Cites
Brotia costula
Corbicula moltkiana
Corbicula sumatrana
Melanoides granifera
Melanoides tuberculata
Thiara scabra

List of Vegetations (46 species)

Species Red Data Book Cites
Borreria ocymoides
Centella asiatica
Ceratophyllum demersum
Cladium mariscus
Colocasia esculenta
Cyclosorus interruptus
Cyperus distans
Cyperus kyllingia

Cyperus pumilus
Cyperus sp.
Eleocharis dulcis
Eleocharis tetraquetra
Emilia sonchifolia
Equisetum debile
Eriocaulon truncatum
Eupatorium odoratum
Fimbristylis dichotoma
Fimbristylis sp.
Galium inocuum
Gleichenia linearis
Hydrilla verticillata
Impatiens platypetala
Imperata conferta
Leersia hexandra
Lipocarpha chinensis
Lycopodium cernuum
Lygodium microphyllum
Machaerina rubiginosa
Murdannia nudiflora
Nephrolepis cordifolia
Pandanus helicopus
Panicum repens
Paspalum sp.
Polygonum barbatum
Potamogeton malaianus
Potamogeton polygonifolius
Rhynchospora corymbosa
Rhynchospora rugosa
Rhynchospora sp.
Sacciolepis indica
Scirpus mucronatus
Scirpus sp.
Sphenomeris chinensis
Spirodela polyrhiza
Themeda gigantea
Xyris capensis

 

 

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