The healthy treat for herbivorous reptiles: LUCKY REPTILE FLOWER MIX WITH HIBISCUS! Rich in natural vitamins and plant substances.
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Lucky Reptile Flower Mix with Hibiscus - Flower Mix for reptiles
A varied diet is one of the most important foundations for the healthy development of reptiles. Especially herbivorous reptiles have a wide range of food and with Lucky Reptile Flower Mix with Hibiscus, the high quality flower mix, you can enrich the diet of your terrarium animals significantly. Lucky Reptile Flower Mix with Hibiscus consists of different dried flowers and is rich in healthy fibre, vitamins and important bioactive substances which are mainly found in flowers. Herbivorous reptiles also like to eat dried plants in nature, as they have a higher content of crude fibre than fresh green plants. Crude fibre supports the digestion of reptiles and is essential for the development of a positive intestinal flora. Thus terrarium animals can develop healthily. Lucky Reptile with Hibiscus is perfect as a supplementary food or treat for bearded dragons, tortoises, green iguanas, spiny tail dragons and other herbivores.
The Lucky Reptile Flower Mix contains among other things daisies, red clover, sunflower and dandelion flowers, as well as hibiscus flowers - the favourite food of many reptiles.
Feeding with Lucky Reptile Flower Mix is completely uncomplicated. You can leave this high quality reptile food in the terrarium if it has not been eaten yet as long as it is not contaminated.
You can get Lucky Reptile Flower Mix from us in two delicious and digestible varieties:
- Lucky Reptile Flower Mix with Hibiscus, 50 grams
- Lucky Reptile Flower Mix with Hibiscus (the favourite food of many reptiles), 1000 grams
compound feedingstuffs for tortoises, bearded dragons, green iguanas, spiny tail dragons and other herbivorous reptiles
Composition: flowers of hibiscus, red clover, sunflower, daisy, dandelion
Analytical components: Crude protein: 24.3%; fat content: 2.4% Crude fibre 10.5%