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if it is dry, there is no chytrid
bacteria shouldn't be an issue
and correct me if i am wrong, but id strongly doubt that a dry piece of wood would be parasited ;P

the most important thing I base my choice of wood, is to make sure it won't literally melt in my viv... i want something that will be the least resistant to mold and aging

i usually pick driftwood on the beaches of a big soft water river here.. then bake them just because i don't want mites or snails
i am not worried about any of what you said, but baking would take care of some of that too i guess.
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