The aquaflora wetland solutions have a variety of natural plant communites. The riparien vegetation is a perfect place for all sorts of insects and therefore for insect-eating animals.
Native wetland plants are the basis of this habitat and create the basis for the desired biodiversity.
They are installed by pre-planted mats with an immediate effect.
A diverse and complex root matrix develops below the floating wetland, creating a unique habitat for invertebrates, fish, zooplankton and such a diverse biofilm is the building blocks of the wetland food chain.
Find below and ideal food chain under the water of the floating wetlands with phytoplankton, herbivores, carnivores and fishes.
|Carex (object plate)||Iris (object plate)||natural substrate|
|Ind. cm-2||6 x 10'||8 x 10'||(60)*|
|number of species||36||37||36|
The diversity index (D + H) characterizes the structural diversity of a living community.
Everness (E) describes the dominance structure.
With more than 5000 individuals cm², the population density in the root system is very high.
Xylit fiber as a catalyst for biodiversity: