JBL TerraSand natural white
Substrate for desert terrariums

  • For desert terrariums: natural substrate made of fine white sand, grain size: 0.2-0.5 mm
  • Virtually dust-free sand
  • Fine grain encourages the natural digging behaviour of many species
  • Round grain shape reduces abrasive effect on the animals’ skin
  • Contents: substrate, TerraSand
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Substrates suitable for terrarium animals
To give the terrarium animals a home modelled on nature the terrarium needs to be modelled closely on the animals’ biotope. It is crucial that the size of the terrarium suits the animals’ requirements, amongst other factors. During the set up it is important to have the right substrate, plants, air circulation, lighting and the temperature in the terrarium.

Details

JBL TerraSand natural white 7.5 kg

Art. no.:
7101900
EAN Code:
4014162710192
Content:
7,5 kg
Graining:
0,2-0,5 mm
Volume packaging:
6.140 l
Gross weight:
7529.000 g
Net weight:
7500 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
240/80/320 mm
Blog – Opinions & Experiences

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From practical experience: the right substrate for breeding

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The Desert Terrarium – Part 1

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Where do our terrarium animals come from, and why this is important.

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14.11.2012

The JBL Research Team improves sand for terrariums

Following the advice of experts, JBL has changed the grain size of the white JBL terrarium sand. JBL TerraSand white sand had a rather fine grain size of 0.1 – 0. 4 mm. The grain size was increased to 0.2 – 0.6 mm so the sand would not cause problems such as eyes sticking together.

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Turtles

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Setup and decoration

How do you set up the decoration and the landscape in the terrarium? What do you need to consider?

Ideas

Where do you get your inspiration when setting up a terrarium? Where do your ideas come from?
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