WIO Etna Lava Stone (per kg)
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WIO Etna Stone is a multicoloured volcanic rock that highlights the power of nature with its complex colours, textures, and irregular forms. It is formed from a mixture of different...
Etna stone is a highly detailed and irregular rock formation that evokes ancient rock formations and adds depth and character to any aquascape. It is ideal for creating classical Iwagumi or wildstyle scapes, where the natural beauty of the stone can be highlighted and showcased.
In addition to its striking appearance, Etna stone is a hard and durable rock that can withstand the test of time. It is an inert rock, which means that it will not alter your aquarium's or terrarium's water chemistry, making it a safe and reliable choice for aquatic habitats.
The stone is highly porous, providing a perfect surface for beneficial bacteria to thrive, making it an ideal choice for those looking for a healthy, bioactive rock. Its porous surface also provides the ideal texture for growing epiphytic plants and mosses, creating a lush and natural look for your aquarium, terrarium, or vivarium.
Whether you're looking to create a naturalistic aquascape or a unique terrarium, Etna stone is an excellent choice for adding texture, colour, and character to your setup. Its complex colours, textures, and irregular forms make it an extraordinary rock that captivates and inspires you every time you look at it.
- Multi-coloured volcanic rock with complex colours and textures.
- High-impact stone to create stunning aquascapes and terrariums.
- Ideal for classical Iwagumi or Wildstyle scapes.
- Ideal support for mosses and epiphytic plants.
- Inert stone that does not affect water hardness.
- Type: Igneous stone.
- Color: Multicolored (deep red, purple, violet, yellow, orange, black, bluish).
- Texture: Highly detailed, irregular forms.
- Stone Size: 10-30 cm
- Water Hardness: Does not affect water hardness.
- It can be used in both aquatic and terrarium environments.
- Rinse rocks and stones with water before use. Use a brush to clean it before introducing the rocks into the aquarium.
- Avoid placing rocks directly on the glass, as they can be very heavy and sharp. Instead, place the substrate before placing the hardscape to help fix the exact stone position with more freedom.
- Always secure the stones, especially when placing one rock on another. You can do so with Scape Adhesives.
- Position stones a few centimetres away from aquarium glass walls to facilitate maintenance.
- Control any alterations in pH and kH by regular water changes with osmotic or soft water or by using a water conditioner if necessary.
- Safe for fish, shrimps, and other aquatic animals