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40-50 spiderwood

Just purchased 140+ gallon, 60 waterbox and looking for one large spiderwood piece. Anybody know a source? Thanks
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I've never seen something specifically advertised as spiderwood being that big. Spiderwood is just the root ball of a small tree, so you don't need for it to be specifically "spiderwood" any crazy bit of wood will work. 40-50' is huge though so finding something that big as one piece of any type will be an issue. I've had good luck with bloomsandbranches.com for manzanita wood. You could put several together. Or go with other types of wood. Good luck and if you do find what you are looking for let us know where you got it.


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Long shot. If exists somebody on forum would know. Thanks,
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Zoo Med spiderwood comes pretty big. I recently set a tank up with their "show" size, and it was pretty beefy. Not 50" but over 36" certainly. Here is a photo of the piece I recently bought on 12" floor tiles.


Perhaps 2 of these could be positioned to work?

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Nice. 2 should work great. Thanks,
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had to do a search but not spider wood.

they have one piece of manzanita 52 inches long.

https://manzanita-driftwood.com
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