Spider Wood | S3
This spider wood was selected and photographed by our staff. It is one-of-a-kind and you will receive the exact piece depicted in the picture. Modern Aquarium’s spider wood is highly sought as it typically features thin, elongated, twisted, and gnarled branches, making its appearance unique and attractive. The wood color can range from light to deep brown and even with hues of red once it becomes waterlogged.
Incorporating Driftwood in the Aquarium
Spider wood is visually striking with its intricate and spindly branches. It can be used as a single centerpiece in an aquascape design or combined with other spider wood pieces to create a highly elaborate design. The irregular shape of its branches allows for almost infinite arrangements. Various epiphytic aquatic plants - Mosses, Anubias, and Ferns – can be attached to spider wood, creating visually interesting and captivating aquascapes. Planting smaller foreground plants like Cryptocoryne Wendtii, Cryptocoryne Parva, or Dwarf Sagittaria Subulata at the base of spider wood would further enhance the natural look of the aquascape.
Driftwood Selection and Photography at Modern Aquarium
This spider wood was selected and photographed by our staff. It is one-of-a-kind and you will receive the exact piece depicted in the picture. Spider wood comes in many different shapes and sizes and, to help you in your selection, our photographs are taken against the background with measurements. Photographs are authentic and not enhanced in any way so you can rest assured that what you see is actually what you get.