Zoo Med Tag Mopani Wood
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- Zoo Med Laboratories opani Wood
- A beautiful two color African hardwood for aquariums or terrariums
- One of the hardest and densest woods available; sinks immediately in aquariums and unlike driftwood, will not rot
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A beautiful two color African hardwood for aquariums or terrariums. Smooth surface, textured detail and unique mottled color adds interest and enrichment to habitats. One of the hardest and densest woods available; sinks immediately in aquariums and unlike driftwood, will not rot.
Size: 6-8 in.
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The piece came well more than large enough for my 5gal. Probably a bit too large really, but the fish really love it as a centerpiece.
Also to note, I did try soaking the bulk of the tannins out through letting it sit in a plastic tub with daily water changes for over a month. Finaly gave up and put it in anyway. No regrets.
NOTE: After about 2 days in the aquarium, all the blonde wood was covered in a white biofilm. The dark parts of the wood were unaffected. After research, I discovered that the biofilm was harmless and would disappear in time. I didn't wait to see how long it would take. I took the piece out and gave it a good scrubbing under hot water and placed it back in the tank. A little patch came back the next day but my nerite snail took care of it.