Manzanita comes from the Southwestern United States. Ours is legally and sustainably harvested, and is fantastic wood to use in aquariums. It's lightweight, yet strong, with beautiful structure. It lasts a very long time when submerged, and will sink with minimal soaking and preparation time.
All pieces are unique and different. These are hand-selected for aquarium use by passionate fish geeks, so you're pretty much assured of getting something you'll love!
And, since we don't photograph each piece individually, we save a bit of expense in preparing them for sale, and pass the savings on to you!
Before you use this wood in your aquarium, you should give it a good rinse, and soak it in water for a few days in order to sink it. Sure, there will still be leaching of tannins, but not to the same extent as some of our other woods- and you know how we feel about "the tint!"
DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE.
NOTE: You will be purchasing piece of wood similar to those shown in the photos. These are NOT WYSIWYG specimens. The photos are to give you an idea of the types of pieces you can expect to receive.
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