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I will prob put in some pvc pipes for a bristlenose spawing cave put i love the look of the slate caves
I've read about heating pvc in the oven until it's pliable, and then rolling it in aquarium gravel to disguise the fact that it's pvc. You can deform it with your hands too, making it look like a hollow root or something. I plan on doing that in my tank soon, as I have a length of pvc in there that one of my voilet gobies and USD catfish like to hang out in.
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Supposedly you can do the same thing with plexi if you use a thinnner piece. I willhave to find the information but the one I saw used some rocks positioned on a cookie sheet and drapped the plexi over them then baked them in the oven. Kinda like vacu forming but letting the plexi "slump" over the rocks to make the cave. The same could be done with fiberglass, epoxy, and probably many other materials.
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