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Mopani Drift Wood per Kg

Sold by weight not by size.
A beautiful, two-color African hardwood for aquariums or terrariums.
One of the hardest and densest woods available;
sinks immediately in aquariums and unlike driftwood, will not rot! All natural wood leaches tannins, which discolor water and reduce pH levels.
Availability: In stock
Delivery date: 3-5 working days
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R 99,90

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