Zoo Med Aquatic Natural Mopani hardwood can be used in aquarium s or terrariums for natural decoration. Deep, chocolate brown and light, sandy yellow colors and striking shapes and textures are sure to be a focal point in any habitat.
- Safe for use in aquariums or terrariums
- Decorative Mopani Wood provides shelter
- NOTE: Sizes vary since this is a natural product
Dense, natural driftwood is also an excellent way to anchor plants. The extremely dense hardwood structure sinks immediately and won't rot like driftwood, making it perfect for aquatic setups.
This wood may release tannins into the water, creating a yellow or slightly brown tint. The tannins are natural compounds, and should not harm fish in freshwater environments, but soaking the wood before introducing it to your tank may help to minimize the tint. Sandblasted clean and ready to add to your tank.
This item is a naturally occurring product and all sizes are approximate. The size differences are based on weight and volume, not length. The length may vary from the labeled size.
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Zoo Med Betta Mopani Wood is a natural piece of African hardwood that helps create a more comfortable habitat for betta fish. Tannins in the wood give water a light brownish tint and lower pH, simulating the natural habitat bettas prefer and encouraging healthy behaviors.
- Creates "dark water" effect to simulate natural betta habitat
- Encourages natural behaviors such as bubble nesting
- Provides additional shelter to help reduce fish stress
- All natural African hardwood
Note: As this is a natural product, size and shape will vary from piece to piece.
Directions: This wood will naturally leach tannins when placed in your betta tank, giving the water a light-to-dark brown tint while lowering the pH. This will stimulate the bettas natural habitat, as wild bettas live in water tinted by decaying wood and leaves and with a lower pH. Should the water become too dark or brown, remove the Mopani wood and soak in a container of clean water, continually changing the water until the shade goes from dark brown to light brown or clear. If using a filter with your betta, you may also add carbon to the filter to remove the brown tint.
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