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    Where to find driftwood in Florida

    Discussion in 'General Aquaria Discussion' started by Plum, Nov 6, 2008.

    1. Plum

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      I am in Florida for a couple more days and was trying to find driftwood, with no success.

      Any suggestions for zip code 32951?

      Thank you,

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      well its a bit far from where u are but theres a fish farm down here with a GREAT selection of driftwood. VERY nice pieces all sizes. If u dont mind the drive to miami im sure youll find something. Pm me if u want the address and name :)
       

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