Driftwood In A Flowerhorn Tank?

khangdinh

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I had a 5 inches long driftwood ( small ) in a 75 gallon tank with my flowerhorn? I'm just wondering if that would be harmful to my flowerhorn in the long run. Any thoughts?
 

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Depends on the Flowerhorn. I have seen some in a tank by themselves with no decoration at all and I understand why when I see those crack heads swim. lol
I have also seen them in community tanks that are heavily scaped and they do fine.
I acturally saw my first live Flowerhorn in a fish store this weekend. Cool fish.
 
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Depends on the Flowerhorn. I have seen some in a tank by themselves with no decoration at all and I understand why when I see those crack heads swim. lol
I have also seen them in community tanks that are heavily scaped and they do fine.
I acturally saw my first live Flowerhorn in a fish store this weekend. Cool fish.
haha yea they are super cool, mine is a red magma and he's about 5 inches now, I raised him since he was like 2 inches.

No issue at all.
thank you because I was worried that the driftwood would lower the ph and it would be harmful to my flowerhorn.
 
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