6 & 8 inch Tall Banyan Tree Roots Natural Manzanita Aquarium Fish Tank Decorations
6 & 8 inch Tall Banyan Tree Roots Natural Manzanita Aquarium Fish Tank Decorations ***PLEASE NOTE: All sales are FINAL. I do not accept cancellations or returns/exchanges. This is a custom order. ***Buyer assumes all responsibility of use of these natural branches in the aquarium or terrarium. I do not give advice or troubleshoot aquariums. I sell manzanita branches. My responsibility stops there. You do what you think you need to do to prepare a natural branch for your aquarium. These are dried branches. A little breakage on the smaller side pieces is normal and to be expected in transit. Due to the high cost of shipping I can not send replacement branches. Banyan tree root pieces are cut flat on the top so that you can invert them in your fish tank. Very short stem on top so that it does not interfere with your tank lid closing. I have these in other sizes in other listings. Natural manzanita pieces are cleaned and inspected. Sun dried. Custom cut to order - no returns on fresh manzanita pieces I cannot send additional photos. If you want to see the piece before you purchase, please visit my PRE CUT listings in this shop. These are cut out in the remote areas that get no traffic and are organic. Safe for use in aquariums, ponds, terrariums, reptile habitats, bird perches, and display cases A Note On Shape - These are cut from natural manzanita. I cut the most interesting ones I can find, but the shape will vary as these are natural branches. You can trim these any way you like with a pair of garden loppers. Some people can experience a fuzzy mold on manzanita that is used in their tank. This has to do with your tank cycling. It is harmless and will be gone within a week. Please visit the following thread: www.plantedtank.net/threads/fuzzy-mold-on-manzanita.684089/ for more information. Excerpts from this thread; "I sell a lot of manzanita wood, the only customers who notice this mold is ones with new tanks with no fish yet. Most fish that will eat off the wood would eat it. Guppies, shrimp, plecos etc. Anything that will scavenge for food. Tetras etc that like to eat mid water won't touch the stuff. Typically a week or so after you have fish eating on it, it is never seen again." "My amano shrimp and BN love that stuff. As one poster said its feeding on the sugars in the wood. Won't be long then it will be gone." "Tank is cycling and trying to dial co2 right now so no fish which is why it's roaming free I guess. I'll just let it do it's thing since there's no rush." Shipping I send these USPS First Class 2-5 days in the continental US. I do not guarantee delivery date on any item.