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Wood Shelters

In the natural habitats of shrimps, you can always find leaves that are dropped into the streams and water bodies. The leaves decomposes over time, releasing its goodness of minerals, vitamins and at the same time, get munched on by the critters.


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Cactus Stick 1

Cactus Stick 2

Cactus Wood oin

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Cactus Wood Cave

Cactus Wood Fork

Cactus Wood Mat

Natural Shelter of dried Cholla Catus, promotes microganism which is eaten by shrimps. Liked by plecostomus species too. Available in various length and shape.

Product Code Product Name Type Length/Qty
160-100 Cactus Wood Stick 1 Straight 3" x 3
160-101 Cactus Wood Stick 2 Straight 6" x 3
160-102 Cactus Wood Coin Cut Section 3pc
160-103 Cactus Wood Cave Cut Section 6" x 1
160-104 Cactus Wood Fork Cut Section 6" x 1
160-105 Cactus Wood Mat Cut Section / half 6" x 2

Dried leaves, barks & seeds

In the natural habitats of shrimps, you can always find leaves that are dropped into the streams and water bodies. The leaves decomposes over time, releasing its goodness of minerals, vitamins and at the same time, get munched on by the critters.


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Mulberry Leaves

Mulberry leaves supply the water tannins, falvonoids and organic acids. In addition, they are a rich source of protein and amino acids. They contain vitamins (A, B1, B2) and precious mineral (Magnesium, Sodium, Potassum, Zinc, Iron)

1-2 leaves in 30 Liters of water.

Guava Leaves

Guava leaves are known for their antibacterial properties. Serve as a natural antibacterial agent and also the source of food for the shrimps.

1-2 leaves in 30 liters of water.

Moringa Leaves

Moringa has high calcium content which helps in moulting and shell enhancement. Boil the leaves for easily picking on by the shrimps.

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Teak Leaves

The leaves of the Teak tree (Tectona grandis) provides similar benefits of Indian Almond leaves but doesn't colour the tank water much. The teak leaves help enhance coloration of fishes, provides positive effects on scale strengthening. It also maintains water pH level and serve as natural antibiotic.

Benefits and Remedies: bite injuries, fungal diseases, hardening of scales, fin rot, color enhancement

Oak Leaves

Oak leaves contains tannins and have ability of gently lowering PH of water.

1-2 leaves in about 30 liters of water.

Beech Leaves

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Walnut Leaves

Walnut leaves have a high capacity of anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiparasitic and antifungal. They act as a natural anti-biotic in the tank. The leaves provided are young and in addition to preventive action on the water, after soaking provides food for the shrimp.

1 leaf for about 30 liters of water

Indian Almond Leaves

The Indian Almond leaves provide the water necessary tannins and at the same time are tasty and healthy food. Known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties.

1 leaf for about 30 liters water every 2-3 weeks

Charcoal Bamboo

Use the sticks for decorating the shrimp tank with moss tied to it and clean the water at the same time.

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Alder Cones (USA)

Alder Cones for your beloved shrimps to munch on!! Alder cones releases natural and beneficial organic acids and tannins into the water. It helps lower pH of water (when used in quantity), carries the properties of anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, absorbs harmful chemicals, and even aid in breeding.

Alder Cones (Japan)

Bigger cone species collected from Japan.

Cinnamon Bark

Cinnamon barks are a natural water treatment. It gives the water essential oils and tannins supporting health of shrimps. Cinnamon bark has a reddish-brown color under the water and it may be used as a natural shelter for the young and newborn shrimp or attractive decoration in the aquarium.

Use 1-2 piece in a 60 liters of water, duration of action about a month, after that you can change or leave it as decoration in tank

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Cinnamon Sticks

Cinnamon sticks are a natural water treatment. It gives the water essential oils and tannins supporting health of shrimps. Cinnamon bark has a reddish-brown color under the water and it may be used as a natural shelter for the young and newborn shrimp or attractive decoration in the aquarium.

1 piece in 40-50 liters of water, duration of action about a month, after that you can change or leave it as decoration in tank.

Bee Pollen

Created from the coffee and tea flowers, Bee Pollen is a very valuable food supplement. It contains in its composition more than 250 different organic compounds, including carbohydrates, fats, proteins (32 amino acids), minerals, vitamins, rutin, essential oils, phytoncide, antibiotic, hormones, enzymes, organic acids and growth promoters.

Feed 2-3 times a week approximate 1 scoop for 30 shrimps

Dry Spinach Cubes

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