Leaves and Tannins

Leaves and Tannins

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  • Banana Leaves 100g

    Banana leaves are similar to Indian Almond leaves; especially in their properties and time they need to decay. Leaf litter is the best source of biofilm in our tanks. Big and small shrimp love to graze on it. The leaves will decompose over time and it is perfectly safe for them to remain in the tank. Please soak them overnight…

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  • Banana Leaves 30g

    Banana leaves are similar to Indian Almond leaves; especially in their properties and time they need to decay. Leaf litter is the best source of biofilm in our tanks. Big and small shrimp love to graze on it. The leaves will decompose over time and it is perfectly safe for them to remain in the tank. Please soak them overnight…

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  • Guava Leaves 100g

    Guava leaves function similarly to Indian Almond leaves in the aquarium. They break down slow in the water and cause biofilm to grow. They will also release tannins into the water column which will help fight off bacterial infections. Please soak them overnight or boil to remove potential natural contaminants before introducing them into your tank.

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  • Guava Leaves 30g

    Guava leaves function similarly to Indian Almond leaves in the aquarium. They break down slow in the water and cause biofilm to grow. They will also release tannins into the water column which will help fight off bacterial infections. Please soak them overnight or boil to remove potential natural contaminants before introducing them into your tank.

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  • Jackfruit Leaves 100g

    Jackfruit leaves come from the Artocarpus heterophyllus family native to southwest India. They are closely related to the Mulberry tree and share similar benefits when used in an aquarium. These leaves are hardy and not fragile like Mulberry leaves. We highly recommend these leaves to shrimp and fish keepers! Jack fruit leaves provide an abundance of antibacterial and antifungal properties in an…

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  • Jackfruit Leaves 30g

    Jackfruit leaves come from the Artocarpus heterophyllus family native to southwest India. They are closely related to the Mulberry tree and share similar benefits when used in an aquarium. These leaves are hardy and not fragile like Mulberry leaves. We highly recommend these leaves to shrimp and fish keepers! Jack fruit leaves provide an abundance of antibacterial and antifungal properties in an…

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  • Teak Leaves 100g

    Why use Teak Leaves? The leaves of the Teak tree (Tectona grandis ) have long been used in the same way as Indian Almond leaves (Terminalia Catappa) by South Asian Bagan plakat breeders/keepers. Unlike the Indian Almond leaves, Teak leaves do not colour your Aquarium water the same way, the colour is much lighter so they are ideal for Aquarists…

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  • Coconut Shell Cave

    A cave made of half a hollowed out coconut. On average 5″ in diameter There will be slight size and shape variance since it is a natural product. Please soak them overnight or boil to remove potential natural contaminants before introducing them into your tank.

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  • Wood Apple Pods

    Small pods that work great as shelters and release beneficial tannins in the water. Each pod roughly 2″ in diameter. However, there is natural variance Please soak them overnight or boil to remove potential natural contaminants before introducing them into your tank.

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