Natural-looking hiding places for a variety of aquarium inhabitants
From dark brown clay, this hiding place fits into the natural decorated aquarium better than traditional caves. The bark structure appears deceptively real, and the hiding affects swift placement as a sunken piece of tree bark.
Examples of applications:
- as a shelter for young catfish and shrimp in the “naked” breeding pools of the breeder, such as in our floating breeding box
- as a safe hiding place for young catfish and shrimp in the community tank
- larger models as cover for smaller fish such as Cichlids or as a hiding place for adult catfish such as Ancistrus