Indian Almond Leaves Catappa

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Indian Almond Leaves -15-25 cm


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Indian Almond Leaves -15-25 cm

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The Terminalia catappa is a large tropical tree in the leadwood tree family, it commonly grows mainly in the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, and Australia. This tree is what produces the Indian Almond leaf.

It goes by many different names, however in the aquarium hobby we have grown to call it the Indian Almond leaf. It has been used widely in the aquarium hobby for years as a therapeutic and medicinal purpose leaf.

It is stated but not proven that these leaves aid in the process of creating a natural environment much much the following species live in; Bettas, Killies, Arowana, Tetra, Discus, Dwarf Cichlids, Apistogramma, Rasbora, Catfish, and Shrimp!


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