Help finding driftwood

smalli

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Ive tried every where but i cant seem to find some drift wood that would work with a brisitlenose pleco. Could you guys link a piece? I have a 36 gallon tank.



This is the one I have and I would like it to take up about 1/3 of the floor. If I'm being too spific let me know.

3x Swordtails
2x austrailian rainbow fish (gonna be adding 4 more)
4x mystery snails
(and the pleco soon)
 

kanzekatores

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All driftwood should "work" with bristlenose plecos, in fact, they love driftwood. If your lfs sells it you can find a decent sized piece there, or look on this website to find one that's the right size for your tank. Just make sure to boil/soak for a few days/weeks if you don't want tannins in your water.
 
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smalli

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kanzekatores said:
All driftwood should "work" with bristlenose plecos, in fact, they love driftwood. If your lfs sells it you can find a decent sized piece there, or look on this website to find one that's the right size for your tank. Just make sure to boil/soak for a few days/weeks if you don't want tannins in your water.
Ok thank you I didn't know where to get them What type would u recommend
 

taj13

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kanzekatores said:
All driftwood should "work" with bristlenose plecos, in fact, they love driftwood. If your lfs sells it you can find a decent sized piece there, or look on this website to find one that's the right size for your tank. Just make sure to boil/soak for a few days/weeks if you don't want tannins in your water.
Great advice! Thanks!
 

kanzekatores

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smalli said:
Ok thank you I didn't know where to get them What type would u recommend
The kind I usually get at lfs is malaysian driftwood, and it naturally sinks so that's nice. Other good kinds that look natural to me are manzanita, spider wood, and mopani wood.
 

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