Cauliflower stone belongs to the group of limestones. Unlike other limestones, cauliflower stone is very soft. It belongs to the chalk stones and the lime-loving isopods can nibble on it without any problems. The chalk deposited by microorganisms are deposits of shells of fossil microorganisms and algae. The brownish discoloration on the stone is not dirt particles, but iron oxides, which also enhance the stone. For this reason, the stone is not only a visual highlight, but also a welcome treat for all isopods.
Minimum size: 12 x 6 cm
We point out that this is a natural product in which no two pieces are alike.