Malaysian driftwood is arguably the most popular wood for home aquariums. It's a dense wood that sinks easily. Besides being nice to look at it has many uses. Use it to create banks of substrate or provide shelter for fish. Tie many types of epiphyte type plants to it, such as java fern, anubias, buce and moss.
Natural driftwood may also, on occasion, develop a milky or fuzzy white bacterial film after being placed in the aquarium. This film is harmless; however, it is best to remove the film in order to prevent it from becoming unsightly. This can be done by removing the wood, wiping it down with an aquarium safe sponge, soaking the wood in untreated tap water for 24-48 hours, and then returning it to the aquarium.
A wonderful line of natural wood to compliment your aquarium.
- Small - each piece is approximately 5" to 7"
- Medium - each piece is approximately 8" to 12"
Of Course. The Biggest piece that I ordered WILL not stop floating. I soaked it for 2 days before I put in in my tank. Nevertheless. It still floats. I'll stick with Mopani from now on...
They are very nice specimens! Keep up the great work. As always, Thank You!
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