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LeavesforPets

LeavesforPets
Selected,cleaned and pre-freezed leaves for Invertebrates, terrariums and aquariums. Free of pesticides. They are cultivated by ourselves.

NEW SEASON 2017 is here!!
Diospyros kaki: M - 5,50€ /L -12,00€
Eriobotrya japonica: L - 6,00€
Juglans regia: M - 4,00€ /L - 9,00€
Musa sp: M - 3,00€/L-5,00€

We have moist, fallen leaves ideal for making natural substrates and as a food source for invertebrates. An ideal product for natural decoration in naturalistic vivariums housing amphibians and reptiles, also great for food and water conditioning in aquariums, especially housing ornamental shrimp.

Our leaves are harvested shortly after falling and while still moist, helping to avoid crumbling which is common with dried leaves during transport.

Leaves are washed, air dried, packaged with a little moisture and frozen at least 48 hours prior to shipment. This process partiality sterilises the leaves, eliminating the majority of mites and other pests, although it does not affect the texture of the leaves due to the slight moisture we maintain. This, together with our hand selection and the quantity offered in each bag, makes our products exceptional.

- Seasonal products -

- Limited quantites -

- Free of pesticides, leaves come from our own farms and orchards and are used with our own animals -

- Leaves are available in two sizes: medium and large, these can be seen in the video on each product page -

- Highly recommended for invertebrates such as millipedes, centipedes, isopods, cockroaches, beetles, spiders, snails, slugs and shrimp (Caridina, Neocaridina ...) and making a fundamental part in the recreation of bio active soils -


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