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re: positioning driftwood

Aquatic Plants Digest 9/12/00 3:48 AM Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com

>Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 23:48:28 EDT

>There is aquarium wood available that doesn't need a slate base. I believe 
>Dwight from this list sells the sinking type. I use a type called Wellaby 
>Wood (brand name I think). Something just like it (maybe the same thing) is 
>generically called African Rootwood. It is all I use. Very interesting 
>shapes, great color. Sinks like a stone. Really heavy. No slate needed. Can 
>be a bit expensive, depending on the size. PetSmart and LFSs sell this in my 

Hi Dave, when you mentioned African Rootwood, it triggered the name of a 
site I came across a few days ago that sells this and more: 
I don't know them, but their prices seem good (at least to a Newbie like 
me). Just thought I pass it along for what it is worth.

Oh and Dave and others It's nice if you add your last name or at least 
initial and where you located when you post. I once had a long and 
winding thread with a guy that turned out to live three houses over. :) 
Whe do seem to have a lot of Daves on this list. <g>

William Beckerman
Cornelius, NC