- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 5.1 x 10.2 cm ; 454 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 3.4 Kg
- Item Model Number: 001210
- ASIN: B00GJX0L8S
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 22 May 2019
- Customer Reviews: 20 customer ratings
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- #1271 in Aquarium Accessories
Seachem Flourite Dark Porous Clay Gravel
- Premium substrate for the planted aquarium
- Specially fracted, stable porous clay gravel for the natural planted aquarium
- Best suited to planted aquaria, but may be used in any aquarium environment
- Never needs replacement and remains effective for the life of the aquarium
- Not chemically coated or treated and will not alter the pH of the water
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Seachem Fluorite Porous Clay Gravel is a specially fracted stable porous clay gravel for the natural planted aquarium. Its appearance is best suited to planted aquaria, but may be used in any freshwater aquarium environment. This is most effective when used alone as an integral substrate bed, but it may be mixed with other gravels. Gravel modifiers such as laterite are not necessary. Fluorite dark is not chemically coated or treated and will not alter the pH of the water. Fluorite dark is good for the life of the aquarium and need not be replaced. Available in 3.5 kg and in dark colour.
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I got hoodwinked by seller, but ultimately it was my fault because I didn't confirm at time of checkout. Be Careful! Oh, and the bag had a rip in it, so I lost even more substrate along the way. Could have returned it, but life events prevented me from doing so.