Red Moor Wood aka Azalea Wood has exceptionally decorative roots with fanciful shapes.
They have a characteristic tuber from which twisted branches grow. Individual rhizomes can have different thicknesses and bend to different sides.
They usually appear in branched pieces, less often in single logs. They have yellow-orange hues that may become slightly darker after some time.
They are suitable for both plant and decorative aquariums. Just one root can be a unique aquarium decoration. The composition of several roots looks perfect in the company of dense vegetation or among dark rocks.
The weight of individual roots varies greatly. There are light roots and slightly heavier specimens.
The logs do not sink and must be loaded with e.g. rock, tied or soaked beforehand for several days.
The roots do not color the water.
Small Size varies from 10 cm to 30 cm in length
Medium Size varies from 30 to 50 cm in length.
Large size varies from 50cm to 80 cm in length.