Spiderwood or Redmoor Wood is wood for the aquarium with very fine branches. Moss species, Java ferns, and Anubias to the winding branches are attached for a extra decorative value. The many winding branches also provide nice hiding places for your fish.
Spiderwood (also known as Redmoor Wood) is perhaps the most popular species in the aquarium. This Azalea root wood is Spiderwood is called, thanks to the many branches that make you think of the resemblance to spiders.
Wood remains normally float, but the great advantage of this wood is that after some time sinks in the aquarium. Under water remains Spiderwood is a very long time and shows little to no substances to the aquarium. Moss species, Java ferns, and Anubias to the winding branches are attached for a extra decorative value. The many winding branches provide nice hiding places for your fish. All this put together gives a hardscape where use is made of Spiderwood is a decorative, natural atmosphere in the aquarium!
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Spiderwood M (31-40cm) product information
The photos shown are an indication to give you an idea of what you think of our first-rate quality pieces of Spiderwood can expect. Premium quality with many branches, and little zaagvlakken. The delivered product differs. Also, the color of the pictures may differ from the reality. The size is between 31 and 40 cm. Would you prefer to make a choice? That can! Add to your order the product "you choose". We will then send a photo with 3 different pieces where you have a choice from can make. (extra charge € 5,-) TIP: Combine multiple documents (of various formats) Spiderwoord for maximum effect!
Before use in the aquarium must be the root wood long enough to be voorgeweekt, so you are sure that the wood is not top will float. By the wood in hot water to soak or to cook will be accelerated and be present organisms killed. Depending on the thickness of the wood takes 1-2 days, but can sometimes last for weeks. OUR TIP: to avoid that the wood will float, it can be weighted down by a stone with a Tie-warp. It is perfectly normal that Spiderwood in the first period, a white slimy layer produces. This is a type of fungus and goes away by itself and is harmless. Because this is a natural product, the substances on the aquarium issue. The use is at your own risk.