Mineral supplementary food for all reptiles

  • Especially for the needs of reptiles: supplementary food for an optimal calcium supply. For healthy terrarium animals
  • Easy to use: put feeder insects in a container, sprinkle over the feeder insects with a dosing spoon, shake the container until the calcium powder adheres to the feeder animal
  • Particularly suitable for sprinkling on live feeder insects, but also for sprinkling on other foodr
  • High-quality calcium preparation: fast & effective adhesion due to micro-fine particles (also for weakened reptiles)
  • Package contents: 2x 16 g calcium powder especially for terrarium animals
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Price: 18,85 €
basic price 589.06 EUR / kg
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
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Product information

Minerals have various functions in terrarium animals: Firstly they are an essential part of the diet and are needed for healthy shell formation in turtles. In lizards, they are elementary for a healthy moult. Secondly they prevent mineral deficiency diseases that can occur with an unbalanced diet or when older food is fed. Young animals need significantly more minerals than adults during the growth phase.

Calcium is the most important element among the minerals needed by terrarium animals for a healthy diet!



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2 x 25 ml
32 g
Volume packaging:
0.407 l
Gross weight:
60 g
Net weight:
32 g
Weight factor:
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
36/143/79 mm


Animal species: African spurred tortoise, Anolis, Axolotl, Basilisks, Bearded dragons, Boa constrictor, Chalcides, Chinese three-keeled pond turtle, Clawed frogs, Club tail iguana, Common collared lizards, Cooter turtles, Corn snakes, Day geckos, Dwarf day geckos, Dyeing dart frogs, European pond turtle, European tortoise, Feeder insects, Flap-necked chameleons, Frilled-neck lizards, Girdled lizards, Gold tegus, Green tree frogs, Green tree pythons, Hermann's tortoise, Hinged tortoises, Horned frogs, House geckos, Iguanas, Indian star tortoise, King snakes, Leaf insects, Leopard geckos, Leopard tortoise, Mangrove cat snakes, Marginated tortoise, Monitor lizards, Musk turtle, Namib sand gecko, Newts, Poison dart frogs, Praying mantises, Rainbow lizards, Red-bellied short-necked turtle, Red-eyed tree frogs, Red-footed tortoise, Rock lizards, Royal pythons, Scolopendra, Scorpions, Spiny-tailed lizards, Tarantulas, Terrapins, Thick tail scorpions, Tokay geckos, Tree frogs, Tropical terrapin, Tropical tortoise, Water dragons, Water turtles, Yellow-headed agamas, Yemen chameleons
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All terrarium animals
Volume habitat: For all terrariums
Material: You will find details of the materials used under Details & Composition
Feed type: supplementary food
Colour: snow-white
Dosage: Place feeder insects in a suitable container and add one dosing spoon of JBL PROTERRA CALCIUM POWDER for every 10 feeder insects (depending on size) and shake well until the animals are uniformly powdered

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