JBL Sansibar Dark
- Black grey ground material for aquariums
- Very decorative ground material for aquarium and aqua-terrarium
- Grain size: 0,2 - 0,5 mm. Allows the keeping of Corydora
- Not so well suited for undergravel heating cables
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Very decorative ground material for your aquarium and aqua-terrarium. With a grain size of about 0,2 – 0,5 mm it allows the keeping of members of the corydora family. Not so well suitable for heating cables.
- Black ground material for aquariums
- Grain size 0,2 - 0,5 mm
- Suitable for armoured catfish
- Not suited for undergravel heating cables
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
JBL is a traditional German company with a very wide range of products for aquarists. From high-quality fish and shrimp food to external filters and water plant fertiliser, JBL offers a wide selection for aquarium enthusiasts.
JBL's research and development constantly brings new, innovative products onto the market. Whether aquascape, fish aquarium, shrimp tank with a scurry factor or a pure water plant aquarium in Holland style, JBL offers suitable aids for set-up and maintenance for all these directions.
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This sand has an amazing darkish gray color underwater. It is super fine, and goes everywhere if you arent careful. (read more)
This sand has an amazing darkish gray color underwater. It is super fine, and goes everywhere if you arent careful. It requires very thorough washing, and when the sand is wet it is impossible to aquascape with. I recommend washing it immediately and let it dry completely (1-3 days) before aquascaping. Patience is key!