Stones and wood - classy accents in shrimp aquarium and crayfish aquarium

Roots and stones are the perfect combination for a natural yet refined aquarium design. With our combination products you can not only offer your shrimps, dwarf crayfish and smaller crayfish a great playground and atmospheric hiding places, the chic decorative elements also decorate any aquarium from green jungle style to the more spartan breeding tank.

Roots and stones are the perfect combination for a natural yet refined aquarium design. With our combination products you can not only offer your shrimps, dwarf crayfish and smaller crayfish a... learn more »
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Stones and wood - classy accents in shrimp aquarium and crayfish aquarium

Roots and stones are the perfect combination for a natural yet refined aquarium design. With our combination products you can not only offer your shrimps, dwarf crayfish and smaller crayfish a great playground and atmospheric hiding places, the chic decorative elements also decorate any aquarium from green jungle style to the more spartan breeding tank.

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Congo tree on slate - vers. Sizes

You can't go wrong with wood and stones in combination for aquarium design.
Be it bogwood stems on a slate plate, with which you bring a touch of Stonehenge into your breeding aquarium, be it slate caves in combination with pieces of bogwood, with which you can build a great hiding place for your catfish and crayfish, or be it shrimp trees, which you still want to plant with moss or place pure in the aquarium: A combination of wood and stones is unusual and fresh and not only looks great in the aquarium, but also offers your dwarf shrimp, dwarf crayfish, crayfish and of course catfish wood to graze on and a great, varied playground.

Here in our online store you can buy privacy screens for crayfish with our wood stone combination elements: Palisades made of bog pine wood on slate, small and large bog pine caves on a slate plate, single or multiple ... you can either green the bog pine mushrooms with moss and a perching plant, use them as a feeding place or use them as another level for the shrimp or crayfish.

Of course, all these decorative elements with their unusual, fresh design can also be used in the terrarium as a hiding place and as an eye-catcher.

Bog pine wood is completely safe to use in the aquarium, and thanks to the combination with slate or lava, the wood also stays down from the beginning and does not float up.

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