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Stones & Rocks
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Driftwood makes for an excellent natural piece of decor for aquariums or terrariums both. Driftwood is notable for its handsome dark color and a natural ability to sink to the bottom of water reservoirs without the risk of scratching the glass of your aqu
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Ohko, also called Dragon Stone, is an argillaceous rock that does not influence the water hardness, and whose holey structure and warm earthen tones make it an eye-catcher for your aquascape that gives it a very natural impression.
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This light stone is, as the name suggests, from different layers. This attractive stone can slightly harden the water in your aquarium.
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The shape and grey colour of these stones resemble rock formations, which makes it easy to create a natural rock landscape.
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Dragon stone, also known as Ohko stone, is a stone with its origins in Japan. The stone can often be found near water. Think of lakes and streams.
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Lava rock is popular in planted aquariums due to it's rough texture its ideal for planting mosses on. It can also be used stacked upon one another to build the hardscape of your aquascape. Also creating caves for Shrimp and fish to hide in.
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Moonstones are beautiful rocks with their main use for cichlid aquaria. They are very densely packed with calcium. So keep in mind that your KH and pH will go up when waterchanges are not done regularly.
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The appearance of the stone is gray with something of a blue tint through it. Furthermore, this type of rock often has calcite veins running through it. This, together with the erratic to sometimes sharp corners, ensures that the stone gets extra contrast