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    0 Not allowed!
    I've come to the realization that my tank can not hold anymore fish.

    So now I'm looking at low light plants. I have stock lighting. And until I recover a bit more from the holidays, it is going to stay that way.

    Onto the moss!

    There is plenty of moss growing outside. Would I not be able to plop it into the tank and see if it grows? (after washing it of course lol )


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    no, terrestrial mosses will die
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    0 Not allowed!
    Yup, 99% precent of the time non-aquatic mosses will die in the aquarium. Java moss is cheap, easy to find, easy to grow and should have no problems with your stock lighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Turkey
    Java moss is cheap, easy to find, easy to grow and should have no problems with your stock lighting.
    I'll believe everything with the excption of "easy to find". Both the shops here only have plants, like amazons and stuff. No moss to be found.

    Thanks though! XD


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    I got my java moss at my local petco as a little floating ball. It's easy to pull apart and do whatever u want with it. However It was 5 dollars which was a lil overpriced for how much I got. Try checking ebay too.

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