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Old 07-22-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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Awh, found the PERFECT driftwood piece...

I'm hoping to start a planted 20 gallon tank, and wanted a big piece of driftwood taking up alot of the space, but with branches, and I found the PERFECT piece that I was looking for:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...%3DI%26otn%3D2

Unfortunately its an inch or two tall and long for my 20 gallon It would be a shame to cut it and ruin it... Oh well my tank can wait, I'm going to the beach in a few weeks and will hopefully find another piece. (Or steal one from my grandfathers collection... haha)
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Lol, that links not available anymore.
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Oh, I'll post a picture..

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I like that in the 2nd picture it looks like a cattle skull
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Those are definitely nice pieces. I got lucky and randomly walked into my LPS and realized that they had tons of mature driftwood already in their tank and they were all for sale. I have two really nice pieces. One is a piece of wormwood that my loaches love tunneling through. I have combined the wood now with cliffstone for the aquascaping and it looks great. I will take new pictures soon to share. Here is a picture with the wormwood in the background. It is a medium size piece.

Before I stumbled into the store I had peviously considered this....Aquarium Driftwood malaysian african driftwood

The images are of the actual pieces you would buy. I recommend the site and have order many plants from them. Driftwood can get pricey, but if you see something you like, you may decide that it is worth it.
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