Medium Seiryu Style Stone - Our Choice

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One medium stone--Our choice.

Beyond using plants and substrate in your aquarium, you can also introduce rock features to create special designs. Seiryu style stones are commonly used in Iwagumi style nature aquarium layouts, but they're also suited for other styles. The stone has characteristic edges and crevices, and can be used in combination with driftwood. We hand select these smaller stones to complement larger hardscape stones or driftwood, or to be used as weighted base pieces for Anubias, Mosses, Bucephalandras, or Java Ferns.

The stones in the example photos are photographed dry and may appear different under your aquarium lighting and when submerged under water. Rinse before use to remove any dust that may have accumulated during shipping. The stones are natural and will increase water hardness and pH in most aquariums. Over time, with water changes, these impacts on water chemistry should lessen, but the timeframe is impacted by the aquarium size, and the characteristics of the unique stones.

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  • 5
    Oh the character

    Posted by Ro on Aug 16th 2017

    I've ordered a couple sets and pieces. Seiryu stone is an interesting bit of limestone, but I'm from central Missouri and in no way a stranger to sedimentary stones. Limestone can be dense and weigh quite a bit - so be prepared when you order such stones, it's not like you can expect to get a dozen pieces of rock. Honestly, I've found SS's stone deliveries to be more than I expected. They do a great job of trying to find what you are looking for ... so don't hesitate to ask before you order.

    I have a few pounds of this stone in my arsenal of tankery ... all thanks to the folks at Substrate Source.