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I've got massive wood!

TBRO

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Nice video - Would be cool to see a really massive bio-tope in a public aquarium. I've seen some six foot long pike while diving and they look awsome, perch are also really quite pretty - like oversized Tiger Barbs. Looking foreward to the article, Tom
 

taylsimon

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Brilliant Idea George you have inspired me :clap:

Just out of curiosity what are the potential legal issues of collecting wild hardscape, just that i am off to Criccieth in North Wales (just outside Snowdonia national park on the coast) on the 4th Sept for 2 weeks and would love to bring back some wood and stones if i can find suitable ones?

Simon.
 

George Farmer

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Good question, Simon.

I have enquired but it seems there's little definitive guide.

I know collecting live aquatic plants is a no-no, unless you ask the land-owners permission. Even public land you need to seek permission. I have a link somewhere that I'll post if you're interested.

I think it's a case of common sense i.e. don't get greedy and collect too much stuff so it affects the natural habitat.
 

taylsimon

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Thanks for the quick reply. If you can post that link it will be very much appreciated, obviously i dont want to be collecting materials inside the national park :oops: but was thinking more of the surrounding rivers, and the coast.

Simon.
 

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