PURE CYPRESS mulch with no other wood chips like cedar or pine, which can be toxic to your pet
MAINTAINS HUMIDITY better than aspen, lessening the chances of stressful fluctuations
MOLD RESISTANT unlike other substrates that arenât meant for higher humidity
EXTRA SOFT doubled milled fibers that wonât damage petsâ skin and is great for burrowing and providing natural enrichment
MORE UNIQUE SUBSTRATES from Joshâs Frogs! We also offer Dig-It, ABG Mix, Coco Cradle, BioBedding, incubation media, feeder insect beddings, various shredded barks like Aspen, Cypress, Pine, and more!
Great for mixes!
We use this Cypress with our isopods! While they can't live on Cypress alone, they do benefit from higher humidity and love burrowing.
Mix Super Cypress with other materials to customize your substrate for your pet.
Josh's Frogs Super Cypress (10 quarts)
Perfect for a wide range of snakes, lizards, tortoises, and invertebrates
Josh's Frogs Super Cypress is 100% Cypress without any other fillers or woods, which could be harmful to pets, and is double milled for extra softness.
Cypress is the ideal substrate for many pets that prefer moderate to high humidity and enjoy burrowing. It can absorb large amounts of water and then allows the water to evaporate, increasing the humidity!
â Corn Snakes
â Blue Tongue Skinks
â Russian Tortoises
â Box Turtles
How to Use:
Add 2"-3" of Super Cypress to your enclosure. Pre-moisten if dry.
How to Clean:
Just spot clean what you can see and completely remove every month or as needed while you sanitize the enclosure.
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