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Arcadia Support Portal :: Can the Arcadia terrarium Polyfilter be used in dendrobate enclosures?

Can the Arcadia terrarium Polyfilter be used in dendrobate enclosures?

A. Yes the Arcadia terrarium Polyfilter is ideal for use in shallow pools. This product is particularly useful in morphing and tadpole pots. By removing the toxins from the water before they have had chance to reach worrying levels the Polyfilter helps to protect amphibians as they metamorphosis into froglets. The arcadia terrarium Polyfilter can be safely cut into small postage stamp size pieces and placed directly into a small container. The filter will tell you when it needs changing buy turning brown or black. Young amphibians are especially sensitive to water and airborne toxins, by using the Arcadia terrarium Polyfilter in your system you will be helping to protect these fragile animals from these toxins. The Polyfilter will also help to keep the water crystal clear.


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