|07-19-2009 06:30 AM|
|jaidexl||That looks an awful lot like pine to me, and the texture on the trunk even matches the dead pine stumps we have around here, that wood peckers and other varmints live in. I suppose weathering could have a similar effect on other types of wood, just be careful what livestock you add in with it, if you decide to use it. Pine is no good for fish, great for making turpentine, though.|
|07-19-2009 04:39 AM|
If you havent found a buyer yet, I would suggest posting on this site:
www.monsterfishkeepers.com in the buyers and sellers market forum
Many people on that site have upwards of 10,000 gallon tanks...
|06-09-2009 03:49 PM|
If I ever find a wall long enough to set it up that is
|06-03-2009 04:42 PM|
|bigpow||I'm so jealous...|
|06-03-2009 05:02 AM|
I hate to burst your bubble, but a piece that large requires a Huge tank, on the scale that most of us only dream about. I think finding a buyer for it will be very tough, at least if you want it to go in an aquarium. You likely could sell it for landscaping however.
It is a gorgeous piece.
|06-03-2009 01:04 AM|
|06-02-2009 03:16 PM|
Thanks blair...I wasn't 100% sure.
|06-02-2009 04:53 AM|
|Dollface||I've got several pieces of cedar root that look similar to that, I don't have any experience with oak roots though so I can't say.|
|06-02-2009 04:44 AM|
|blair||Oak is safe. Several members here use it.|
|06-02-2009 03:42 AM|
|Coltonorr||I also think Oak and Pine decay too quickly in water to be used in an aquarium|
|06-02-2009 03:28 AM|
I really like the rotten look of it I am not a big fan of smooth driftwood, but everyone,s got their own taste.
I am not sure if it is Cedar, it was in a pretty large area with almost only pines and red oaks. I was thinking it was a red oak but I may be wrong. anyways thanks for the input so far!
|06-02-2009 12:55 AM|
|ESK07||I'm pretty sure Cedar leeches out toxins and isnt a suitable wood for aquaria use...|
|06-02-2009 12:44 AM|
|06-01-2009 11:43 PM|
that's a gorgeous cedar stump right there.
If you want to sell it whole, you'll probably have to find a local buyer. waaayyy to big and heavy to ship intact
it looks like that there's two distinct root sections, one option might be to cut the lower one off, and maybe cut some of the height off the top, and you could probably fit it in a smaller tank, as long as you don't mind a bit of it sticking out the top
I did somthing similar with this stump. I cut down some of the roots so I could fit it snuggly into a 20 gallon high.
|06-01-2009 10:11 PM|
it actually looks pretty rotten
i live beside lake superior
i see huge d.w. all the time
stuff that would blow your mind
maybe I should start selling
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