Thread: Moss Balls?
04-10-2010, 05:48 PM #11Originally Posted by korith125g Planted Community - Rena XP-4, Rena XP3
Angels, Dora Cory Cats, Glass Cat Fish, Gouramis, Scissor Tails, High Fin Black Skirt Tetras, Snails
30g Working Tank as needed
20g Planted Community - AC-70 Harlequin Rasboras, Neon Tetras, Dwarf African Frogs, Bamboo Shrimp, Snails
1g 1 Siamese Fighting Fish, Snails
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04-10-2010, 05:51 PM #12
Bushwacker sent me some too! Thanks!
I think I am going to try some in the spill way of my pond. A few places I have read say it grows well there. May not survive the winter, but I can always add some more!30g:: Planted: 1 SAE, 1 Bristlenose Pleco, 5 Guppies, 3 Platys, 1 zebra danio, 9 Rasboras
2.5g: 1 Male Betta
04-10-2010, 05:53 PM #13
Thats weird.. I just got one yesterday :) Its pretty neat, and what im reading they can help with algae problems, which I'm having.
What I Have Stocked
* 1x Dwarf Gourami
* 7x Fancy Guppy
* 6x Neon Tetra
* 2x Cory Cat ( Green and Julii )
* 2x Balloon Molly
* 3x Play Fry
* 2x Crystal Red Shrimp
What I need
*3x Zebra Nerite Snails
04-10-2010, 06:03 PM #14
The PetSmart closest to me has some. I was thinking on purchasing one to see if they are real Marimo balls or java moss.
If they are Marimos, I'll probably get a fair bit to use in both the 5g and the 10g.
04-10-2010, 06:19 PM #15
Hm, not sure about Petsmart, but the Petco I work at definitely has the legit moss balls. They also have "moss on a coconut" which is a little thing of java moss on top of a carved coconut shell that can be used as a cave with three entrances. The java moss on a coconut runs for like $11 or something though.