Suitable for aquariums, paludariums, and terrariums, this mix of shells not only adds visual appeal to your aquascape but also allows for an engaging environment that helps your fauna to interact with the shells as part of their life cycles, including hiding, breeding, and moving them around.
These shells are an integral component of any ecosystem, and their presence brings added realism to the recreation of a scape. Each pack contains a selection of large to very large, beautiful, and diverse shells, perfect for use in cichlids, estuarine, marine, and Rift Lake displays or as unique decor in terrariums. The shells' types, shapes, and patterns are varied, and no two packs are the same, allowing for endless possibilities when incorporating them into your creations.
M - 30-80mm (12 pcs)
XL - 80-150mm (5pcs),
- Carefully assembled mix of mid to big snail shells in different shades and forms.
- Provides shelter and enrichment to your aquatic creatures.
- Allows for an engaging environment that allows your fauna to interact with the shells as part of their life cycles.
- 100% natural and non-toxic.
- Slightly affect water hardness
- Material: Medium to big snail shells
- Colour: Different shades and forms
- Water Hardness: May slightly affect water hardness
- Application: Suitable for aquariums, paludariums, and terrariums
- Packaging: Bag about 250g
M - 30-80mm (12 pcs)
XL - 80-150mm (5pcs)
Remember that the placement of a Shell Shelter can significantly enhance the visual appeal of your aquarium, paludarium, or terrarium. Take your time and be creative with the placement to achieve a natural and captivating environment that enriches your aquatic creatures.
Step 1: Choosing the Right Shell Shelter
Select the appropriate Shell Shelter based on the size and style of your aquarium, paludarium, or terrarium. Choose a mix of mid to big snail shells in different shades and forms to create a varied and dynamic environment.
Step 2: Preparation
Before using Shell Shelter, rinse them thoroughly with water to remove dust or debris.
Step 3: Placement
Carefully place the Shell Shelter in the desired locations within your aquarium, paludarium, or terrarium.
Distribute the shells around the area to create strategic shelters and territorial borders to mimic the natural patterns.
Use a mix of shells to create a varied and dynamic environment.
Step 4: Adjustment and Fine-Tuning
Observe the overall appearance of your setup and make any necessary adjustments to the placement of the shells. Adjust the arrangement to ensure the shells blend seamlessly with the existing hardscape and provide the desired level of detail and realism.
Feel free to experiment with different arrangement combinations of shells to achieve the perfect look for your setup.
Step 5: Maintenance
Regularly check the Shell Shelter for any buildup of algae or debris and clean as needed.
During maintenance, you may need to reposition or add more shells to maintain the desired appearance.