No reason at all just what I’m used to having. I want something that is quick to sink.Malaysian isn't as popular as it once was for aquascaping, so it isn't as common for stores to go to the effort to protograph it from all sides and post pictures online.
I think Tannin aquatics or SR Aquaristik sometimes do, but you would have to keep looking,
otherwise is there any reason to not want a different sort of wood?
Great tip! I would never think of thisToday's Lesson: Using Search
These all say wysiwyg. (What You See Is What You Get)
These do not all say wysiwyg, but they look to be. thay also show lots of wood not just malaysian which is for what I searched.
https://www.etsy.com/search?q=malaysian driftwood wysiwyg
Everything here is wysiwyg
And you can find more by entering into the Google search box "Malaysian driftwood wysiwyg"
This concludes today's lesson.
Woofm, onba and sholip? R u using some code again i cant crack?Like I said, not many folks do WYSIWYG for Malaysian woofm it's too heavy to ship for a profit, and not popular enough to warrant the extra overhead of photographing.
So it's gonna be a tough ask to find someone who will photograph and will sholip it to you... Totally ignoring the cost.
I gave the 2 possible options from the companies I would use it recommend, I wouldn't look at ebay,amazon, etsy or a general search without really looking at reviews and such
In the same situation, I would spend a day and have the missus take me onba tour of all the pet stores we could in a day, be sure to buy her good takeout and hunt for the wood I wanted.. no there isn't somewhere close, nearest place I would be likely to shop at would be 90 mins away, it's likely to be 400 or more miles.
If you were more flexible on the type of wood, your options expand exponentially.