Tipo de aquário selvagíneo JBL Pantanal River®
Tipo de aquário selvagíneo JBL Rio Pantanal®
Would you like to have a piece of jungle river in your living room? This aquarium shows a beautiful underwater landscape from South America with its typical dwellers, including the neon tetra, which is one of the most colourful little gems of the Amazon region.
A jungle aquarium has to be one of the most beautiful types of aquariums with its wonderful mingling of magnificent plants and colourful fish. The dwarf cichlids demonstrate some interesting behaviour as they care for their brood and the neon tetras and pencil fish display their breath-taking colours. After a running-in time of one to two weeks the plants will start growing, giving your aquarium a jungle character.
Modelled on nature
We named this aquarium “Rio Pantanal® “ because the water in Brazil’s Pantanal is one of the clearest waters in the world. Looking at the fish stock we also could have named the aquarium Rio Negro or Amazon Region. But the water of these rivers either have a white-cloudiness or a deep brown colour.
Get a general idea of what costs to expect and which questions could arise.
Here you can see what decoration, substrate and plants you need to make your aquarium look like a stretch of Pantanal.
Here you can see the exact plant location and species in the aquarium. The letters characterise the plant species, mentioned above.
This outline shows all the technical products you need for the Rio Pantanal® themed aquarium and a price quotation to give you an idea of the costs involved.
The fish stock for your jungle aquarium
In the Pantanal live a variety of beautiful fish which also suit your aquarium. You will find a selection matched by size and behaviour.
Cockatoo dwarf cichlid
1 male, 2 females
Golden pencil fish
Three line catfish
Video about the setup of the JBL Rio Pantanal®
This 8 minute video shows you what the completed aquarium will look like and how to set it up step by step.
How to maintain your jungle aquarium
Even if an aquarium involves much less work than keeping a hamster, there are still a few care measures which are essential to the functioning of your jungle aquarium. You will be surprised how little work you need to maintain your aquarium!
2-3 x daily as much as the fish can eat in 3 minutes. 1 tablet per day, alternating with other foods.
Experiencing the habit up close
A JBL expedition already led us into the Pantanal in Brazil. In our report you can find out what research findings our team has brought along and the many photos will give you an impression about the beauty of this habitat above and under water.