I v(^o^)v shrimp
I saw this driftwood at pet store,it looks nice, but i do not what kind of this driftwood?
That is why i try to find out it, they told me it is driftwood with unknown name, I saw they put it in their fish tankInteresting piece of wood! But I do not recognize it.
Was it in the aquatics section?
Is it dense, heavy enough to sink with just a little soaking?
Any tag on it that might ID who supplied it to the store?
Do the people in the store know anything about it?
I bought a piece of that at Pacific( by the color of the price tag I guess you got it there too), it was pricey. Mine does not sink. It has been soaking for close to 3 weeks and still floats.It is not float, it will stay on bottom of fish tank. I can feel it's heavy
I think that's Innovative Marine's coinage for this product, which does look similar (but I guess a lot of roots would). Not sure about ID -- or if it'd even be possible from these chunks."Twisted rosewood" is certainly not a species name and not even a trade name I recognize. Rosewood is a genus of timber ("Dalbergia") that is rare and expensive enough to not be thrown into aquariums. Like "diamond" and "gold", the term "rosewood" gets thrown around to help market many other less valuable items, but it sure doesn't help identify this wood any.