Our Spider wood showpieces are exactly what your aquarium needs to replicate the natural habitat of your fish. Attach java moss, java fern, bucephalandra, or anubias to these spiderwood driftwood showpieces to give your aquarium an instant natural look. Freshwater fish thrive when they are given an environment that they are familiar with.
Since Spiderwood is a natural material, it may take some time for it to sink in your aquarium. The time it takes for the wood to sink may take days or months. A good way to ensures spiderwood sinks is to attach it to a piece of stone. During the submerging process, spider wood will release tannins and grow a thin film of fungus. Some fish and decorative shrimp (cherry shrimp, crystal red shrimp) may consume the fungus as a source of food!