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Offline CATFISH mick

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Re: Post your Moss Links
« Reply #15 on: November 09, 2012, 11:09:15 am »
Hey everyone,
Moss is a big thing to me. Why are there so few moss types for aquariums? I'm trying to expand what we can use in our tanks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPQNWM1p8Pg&list=UUbDiqRmsAR-eWOKnFRjKPgQ&index=3&feature=plcp
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrP5JKLgys4&list=UUbDiqRmsAR-eWOKnFRjKPgQ&index=2&feature=plcp

What do ya think?

very COOL!

Allot of terrestrial moss will do well underwater, it's up to you to experiment.

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    « Reply #16 on: November 22, 2012, 04:57:37 pm »

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    Re: Post your Moss Links
    « Reply #17 on: October 12, 2016, 10:30:27 pm »
    I have recently purchased two coconut shell pieces covered in Java Moss, it is my first ever consideration to use moss in my aquarium and it looks good, I might have to invest in some more  *grin*
    4ft, 140L:
    14 x Pentazona Barbs
    10 x Golden Barbs
    2 x Kribensis (m&f)
    1 x Albino Rainbow Shark
    3 x Bristlenose Plecs

    3ft, 60-80L:
    1 x Musk Turtle

    2ft, 54L:
    8 x Glowlight Tetra
    3 x Otocinclus

    3ft, 100L:
    3 x Red Hump Eartheater Cichlid (Geophagus steindachneri)
    1 x Bandit Cichlid (Guianacara stergiosi)
    10 x Bristlenose Plec Juveniles (approx 1"+)
    4 x Lemon Bristlenose Plec - 2 breeding pairs
    2 x Tiger Plec (L002) breeding pair

    50L grow-out tank:
    50+? x Bristlenose Plec fry and Lemon Plec Dad from 3ft, 100L tank.

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    Re: Post your Moss Links
    « Reply #18 on: October 12, 2016, 11:25:13 pm »
    This is one of my coconut shell pieces covered in Java Moss (I have two)  *grin*
    4ft, 140L:
    14 x Pentazona Barbs
    10 x Golden Barbs
    2 x Kribensis (m&f)
    1 x Albino Rainbow Shark
    3 x Bristlenose Plecs

    3ft, 60-80L:
    1 x Musk Turtle

    2ft, 54L:
    8 x Glowlight Tetra
    3 x Otocinclus

    3ft, 100L:
    3 x Red Hump Eartheater Cichlid (Geophagus steindachneri)
    1 x Bandit Cichlid (Guianacara stergiosi)
    10 x Bristlenose Plec Juveniles (approx 1"+)
    4 x Lemon Bristlenose Plec - 2 breeding pairs
    2 x Tiger Plec (L002) breeding pair

    50L grow-out tank:
    50+? x Bristlenose Plec fry and Lemon Plec Dad from 3ft, 100L tank.

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    Re: Post your Moss Links
    « Reply #19 on: October 13, 2016, 12:08:35 am »
    I've got one of them in the 180l its at the end (right) of the wood, normally hidden by a moss ball lol


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    Re: Post your Moss Links
    « Reply #20 on: October 13, 2016, 12:21:04 am »
    I keep seeing that people have sand as their substrate or a really fine gravel (or coarse sand), would there be a better substrate to have or would you say gravel is a viable long term substrate?
    I've only ever had gravel in my tanks and I've not noticed any issues before but if there is a better option then I would welcome suggestions  *grin*
    4ft, 140L:
    14 x Pentazona Barbs
    10 x Golden Barbs
    2 x Kribensis (m&f)
    1 x Albino Rainbow Shark
    3 x Bristlenose Plecs

    3ft, 60-80L:
    1 x Musk Turtle

    2ft, 54L:
    8 x Glowlight Tetra
    3 x Otocinclus

    3ft, 100L:
    3 x Red Hump Eartheater Cichlid (Geophagus steindachneri)
    1 x Bandit Cichlid (Guianacara stergiosi)
    10 x Bristlenose Plec Juveniles (approx 1"+)
    4 x Lemon Bristlenose Plec - 2 breeding pairs
    2 x Tiger Plec (L002) breeding pair

    50L grow-out tank:
    50+? x Bristlenose Plec fry and Lemon Plec Dad from 3ft, 100L tank.

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    Re: Post your Moss Links
    « Reply #21 on: June 18, 2018, 01:09:25 pm »
    Hey everyone,
    Moss is a big thing to me. Why are there so few moss types for aquariums? I'm trying to expand what we can use in our tanks.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPQNWM1p8Pg&list=UUbDiqRmsAR-eWOKnFRjKPgQ&index=3&feature=plcp
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrP5JKLgys4&list=UUbDiqRmsAR-eWOKnFRjKPgQ&index=2&feature=plcp

    What do ya think?

    very COOL!

    Allot of terrestrial moss will do well underwater, it's up to you to experiment.

    Here is my experimental terrestrial moss. If anyone can ID or let me know if they think it'll make it submerged long term that would be great.
    « Last Edit: June 18, 2018, 01:15:20 pm by LNDCalling »