- Decoration and hiding place for aquarium animals
- Desinfectant and antifungal effect of the bark
- Improves the well-being of the aquarium inhabitants
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DescriptionThese versatile Catappa tubes are imported from Cambodia. They are made from the bark of the Sea Almond, also known as Catappa tree.
Thanks to the active substances of this tropical tree, i.a. tannins and saponins, the bark is among the nature products with the strongest antibiotic effects. Additionally, the tubes provide an ideal shelter for shrimps, crayfishes and other aquarium inhabitants.
- Natural aquarium decoration
- Perfect hiding places for shrimps, crayfishes and other aquatic animals
- Positive effect due to the ingredients of the sea almond bark
- Also available as Nano, XL and XXL version
If the Catappa tubes are taken directly into the aquarium, they will float for several days before sinking to the ground. They can be made sink by blanching with hot water. About 1-2 tubes per 20-30 l of water.
|Catappa tube - Nano size|
|Catappa tube - Normal size|
|Length||about 10 cm|
|Length||about 10 cm|
|Length||about 15 cm|
Tubes made of Catappa bark, dried, in a resealable zip bag for ideal stock-keeping. Different sizes depending on the version (see dimensions).
100 % Sea almond bark (Terminalia catappa)
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
Please choose a variant to see more information.
|Shipping weight||0,20 kg|
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So far I have only used the catappa leaves, but these tubes provides a natural hide out for small animals too. (read more)
So far I have only used the catappa leaves, but these tubes provides a natural hide out for small animals too.