$19.99 – $59.99 inc. tax
- Resembles Tree Roots
- Aquarium Safe
- Hardy and lasting
- Releases Tannins
Spidewood is one of the most commonly used wood in the aquarium hobby. It gets its name from the various branches that protrude from the main body.
Spider wood will not sink immediately and will need to be weighted for about a week until it is fully saturated. The amount of tannins released by spider wood is much less than Mopani and Malaysian driftwood which is appealing in some cases. Once your spider wood has been submerged there is a potential for a white biofilm to develop. The biofilm is not harmful and will be eaten by some fish, all shrimp, and snails. It is important to note that some types of plecos will eat the spider wood because it is soft compared to other driftwood types.
The listing picture above is for example only, these will not be the pieces you receive in the shipment. We will pick what we consider to be the best aquascaping pieces for your tank.
15-20cm, 20-25cm, 25-35cm, 35-45cm, 45-55cm