|07-11-2013 04:53 PM|
|andrewq||You should check out this website. Creaturewood.com. All wood products are natural and untreated. They do not contain any pesticides, varnishes or paints of any kind. They are 75% of the cost of everybody else. They do leak tanins, so normal boiling is recommended. Ive been searching for driftwood for about a week now. Stumbled on this website yesterday|
|07-11-2013 04:13 PM|
|II Knucklez II||
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|04-01-2013 04:49 AM|
|03-27-2013 08:39 PM|
|II Knucklez II||
I know this place by my house has AMAZING rocks for sale and its cheap because its like a landscapeing business so u pay by the pound with is cheap for us since we arent filling up a whole drive way or back yard with rocks.
its on 14650 Southwest 177 Avenue.
|03-26-2013 04:12 PM|
Manzanita.com - Large selection of manzanita branches and stumps 30"+ pieces
Olimar sand and gravel in medley, fl - they are open to the public check out there site.
|03-25-2013 04:50 PM|
|fplata||for you miami folks, i have some wild discus (blue faced heckles) if you are interested and your tank is big enough for these fish, I will sell them to you for a fraction of what they cost|
|03-25-2013 04:49 PM|
|fplata||PM me, i got some from out of state, i have some extra rocks if you want some, ill part with some|
|03-25-2013 04:37 PM|
Quick intro: been lurking for about a week, have not started a tank yet. Would like to build a Iwagumi type tank.
F.plata, those rocks are awesome, where did you get them if i may ask?
|11-11-2012 08:57 PM|
Got me some rocks
|11-10-2012 06:18 PM|
|jerrybforl||Nice wood! I need to go collecting...|
|10-27-2012 04:34 PM|
|fplata||Some beautiful stuff.|
|10-27-2012 10:05 AM|
Here are pieces we collected while fishing few months ago.
I made sure they had no animals,etc in them for month than put them with my cichlids outside in rubbermaid water tanks.
We got a 55 and 75 worth of driftwood, gave lots of it away.
|10-27-2012 09:56 AM|
|Lia||The Miami fish farm carries piles of driftwood but imagine takes time for it to sink.|
|10-04-2012 08:23 PM|
I have a few of those granite rocks but in a smaller tank. In my 90 gallon they just didn't fit right, they looked tiny. It would only really work out if you covered the entire bottom with them, but i don't see that working very well. I got lucky though and was able to swipe some large round river stones from the architectural design firm next door to my office.
I was going to go look around the Rickenbacker to see what I could find out there as far as driftwood goes. Im not very hopeful, but my dog likes the swim so I end up there often regardless.
What about the area around Old Cutler? has anyone tried that area out? they have all those mangroves if I remember correctly. I have no car so its tough to get out there.
|08-28-2012 01:12 AM|
|fplata||Yeah he is right, i have seen some gray sparkly rocks, none of them big, but there sure are some|
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