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Echinodorus Iguazu 2009


Echinodorus Iguazu 2009
Echinodorus Iguazu 2009

Echinodorus Iguazu 2009    Echinodorus Iguazu 2009

It's probably the rarest and most beautiful sword. Echinodorus iguazu 2009 is quite rare, easy to grow, does not require much effort and time to take care. Enchinodorus iguazu 2009 grows slowly, suitable for planted tanks or shrimp.

As the plant grows, it absorbs large amounts of nitrate into the reservoir, helping to keep the aquatic environment safe and healthy for shrimp and fish. Price per plant: 3+ leaves (average size).

We cannot ship cattle and live plants to wa and heaps because of the state restrictions. Of course, consult our doa and other policies before purchasing.

Other items to consider before placing an order. Check if your tank has enough space. Make sure your tank is fully recycled. Make sure that your new livestock is compatible with tank companions for any other fish you currently have (in terms of habitat, species, requirements, temperament and size). Make sure your water parameters, habitat and temperature are suitable for the species you want to introduce.

Do not store your tank too quickly, or suddenly a large influx of fish can unbalance your water parameters that will affect water quality. Do not feed your new fish for 24 hours. They need time to settle in and feel at home. Feeding them too quickly puts their health at risk, and this can even affect the quality of your water. If you have existing fish in your aquarium, feeding them before releasing the new fish is a good idea.

Do not be alarmed if your fish, shrimp or snails appear pale or lethargic when you arrive. This is a normal behaviour during transportation, and they should regain their colour and dynamism after settling in their new home for a few days. Limited quantity available - will sell quickly there is absolutely zero risk to buy in our trusted store because we use encrypted ssl certificates for 100% security so you don't have to worry about your safety.


Echinodorus Iguazu 2009    Echinodorus Iguazu 2009