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The chestnut branches come from the mixed woods of the northern Black Forest and can be used in many ways in any aquarium. This can be the creation of a unique, naturalistic scape for shrimp to climb around and other creatures to swim through, or a food source for crayfish and sucking catfish. The fibres of the wood are an important part of the diet of these limnivores. The organic microfilm settle on the surface of the bark, which are used as a welcome food source.
The bark of the chestnut branches has an appealingly coarse texture and an attractive light tone. When cut, the twigs are somewhat bulkier and therefore appear coarse at first glance. Each branch is unique and one of a kind. All branches are shortened to approximately 16 cm and their thickness may vary. The composition of the sets cannot be influenced as they are already pre-assembled. The branches are delivered well dried and, therefore, do not sink to the ground immediately.
- There are rather thick, straight twigs with a rough surface
- Natural decoration supports an authentic habitat
- Serves as a hiding place for shrimp
- Grazing area for shrimps