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ISTA Shrimp Feeding Dish

ISTA Shrimp Feeding Dish

  • Especially desigend for feeding bottom-dwelling animals
  • Prevents food rests from getting into the substrate
  • Easy observation of the animals by targeted feeding
  • Easy to clean
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Description

An elegant handmade glass tray which prevents bits of shrimps dropping in between soil granules.

Dimensions

ISTA - Shrimp Feeding Dish
Diameter approx. 60 mm
Height approx. 15 mm

ISTA

ISTA

Producer of innovative high quality Products with special interest in aquascaping, aquatic plants and shrimps. ISTA products offer a wide range of products with a very good value for money.

General information

Item no.
157.0028.01
EAN 4719859037247
Weight 0,05 kg
Shipping weight 0,15 kg

Customer reviews

This item has been rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
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Jurgen D.
Fast shipment, great packaging
22nd April

Fast shipment, great packaging, Great service, again :) It is a pleasure to order at this webshop. Sincerely very recommended

Aaron C.
feeding dish
6th September 2020

Item is great to keep food from the substrate especially in shrimp tanks. Very good workmanship an easy to clean as well.

Drazen M.
Avoid food polluting soil
2nd June 2020

Shrimp are messy eaters, and if you drop the food directly on the soil, it will penetrate polluting water and enabling the proliferation of unwanted guests (planaria!). (read more)

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