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Red Fossil Wood: A Unique and Attractive Gemstone

Red Fossil Wood is our inventory's most beautiful and unique aqua-scaping hardscapes. This gemstone is created by preserving ancient wood, resulting in impressive patterns and shades that make it an excellent addition among gemstone enthusiasts. 

It softly reminds the beautiful Kimberleys in Western Australia, with stunning orange, beige, and brown accents.

Properties of Red Fossil Wood

It shares wood-like characteristics with a stone's body. An inert stone does not cause water parameters to swing. Like its counterpart (Fossil/petrified wood), It is a fantastic choice to pair up and form into a valley. You'll need to hold it to believe how amazing it is!

Precautions to Use Red Fossil Wood:

  • Ensure that the wood is cleaned thoroughly before use. Remove any dust or debris from the surface.
  • Soak the wood in water for several days before placing it in the aquarium.
  • It is essential to keep the wood away from sources of direct sunlight and excess heat.

What is red petrified wood?

Red Petrified Wood Stone is a type of petrified wood fossilised over millions of years and has taken on a red colour due to iron oxide.

What colour is fossil wood?

Colour variations often indicate different stages of mineralisation:

Black: The wood contains natural carbon.

Green, Teal, and Blue: The wood contains cobalt, chromium, and copper.

Yellow and Orange: Wood is a natural source of manganese oxides.

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Red Fossil Wood: A Unique and Attractive Gemstone

Red Fossil Wood is our inventory's most beautiful and unique aqua-scaping hardscapes. This gemstone is created by preserving ancient wood, resulting in impressive patterns and shades that make it an excellent addition among gemstone enthusiasts. 

It softly reminds the beautiful Kimberleys in Western Australia, with stunning orange, beige, and brown accents.

Properties of Red Fossil Wood

It shares wood-like characteristics with a stone's body. An inert stone does not cause water parameters to swing. Like its counterpart (Fossil/petrified wood), It is a fantastic choice to pair up and form into a valley. You'll need to hold it to believe how amazing it is!

Precautions to Use Red Fossil Wood:

  • Ensure that the wood is cleaned thoroughly before use. Remove any dust or debris from the surface.
  • Soak the wood in water for several days before placing it in the aquarium.
  • It is essential to keep the wood away from sources of direct sunlight and excess heat.

What is red petrified wood?

Red Petrified Wood Stone is a type of petrified wood fossilised over millions of years and has taken on a red colour due to iron oxide.

What colour is fossil wood?

Colour variations often indicate different stages of mineralisation:

Black: The wood contains natural carbon.

Green, Teal, and Blue: The wood contains cobalt, chromium, and copper.

Yellow and Orange: Wood is a natural source of manganese oxides.