6er Leaves Mix

6er Leaves Mix

  • Set for beginners
  • Selection of very popular, time-tested leaf species
  • Variable supplementary food for shrimps and crayfishes
  • Natural hiding places
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All parts of this set come from the woodlands, meadows and valleys of the northern Black Forest and the Schönbuch region in southwestern Germany. As all leaves are harvested directly from the trees and not taken from the ground, optimum quality is ensured.
This mix is a beginner set for all aquaristic enthusiasts who like to use dried leaves actively as supplementary food for shrimps and crayfishes. It contains some of the most popular leaf types that are used with great success for many years.


Do not take more than 1-2 leaves for 20 l water. It may be repeated after 1-2 weeks.


10 Oak leaves (Quercus robur)

10 Beech leaves (Fagus sylvatica)

10 Hazel leaves (Corylus avellana)

15 Birch leaves (Betula pendula)

10 Raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus)

10 Blackberry leaves (Rubus sectio Rubus)

All kinds are dried and packed up in a resealable zip bag for ideal stock-keeping.

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Weight 0,10 kg
Shipping weight 0,60 kg

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Drazen M.
Shrimp snacks
2nd June 2020

If you love your shrimp (and who doesnt?), it is safer to buy than collect yourself. Pesticides, traffic and other pollutants like acid rain are a too big risk for me. (read more)