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  1. Default Flame moss vs java moss


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    OK well I wanted to no which type of moss I should get between flame moss and java moss because I have baby guppies and some balcony mollies on the way but I want something that can grow as a carpet thick but also long because I also have albino cory catfish tht might like it

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    Flame moss is slower growing than java.
    If you attach it to wood or rocks, flame moss should grow up and out.
    Java moss just grows and grows. You don't see the growth - it just appears larger after days or weeks.
    Neither will carpet well though. Java moss is so easy to grow I've stopped growing it in several tanks. I used to take out a foot ball size mass every two weeks from one tank.

    Floating plants with long roots usually work well for live bearer fry. Guppy grass (Naja species) is great. A lot of stem plants will help fry hide. There will always be fry. Landscape your tank for your eye. Healthy live bearers in a healthy tank will breed again. And again, and again...

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    Oh well thx for tht advice but java moss and flame moss are my only options
    So Idk which to pick

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    +1 to dbosman

    Quote Originally Posted by Whoopydoo
    Oh well thx for tht advice but java moss and flame moss are my only options
    So Idk which to pick
    Neither if a carpet is your aim. In this world of online availability you have far more than just those two options without looking too far btw.
    Gas mileage isn't everything OIIIIIIIO
    Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.
    Why pretend there are no stupid questions? Actually, There are many stupid questions: "Should I drink this bleach?" Is just one example.
    Having said that, Just because it's a stupid question doesn't mean that it shouldn't be asked. It's better to know.

    A warm beer is better than a cold beer. Because nothing is better than a cold beer, and a warm beer is better than nothing.

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    Frankly I found it hard to get Flame moss and am not even sure the online provider AquaticMagic even sent flame. I'm seeing some growth that resembles Christmas Moss.

    But as for what they said about growth, it's 100% true. Grows at a turtle pace. A floating plant that I've found to help my fry survive is Brazilian Pennywort, as long as it's floating and in large enough mass.

    And as they said, your live bearers will go on breeding over and over. So, no worries if you lose a few. That's nature weeding itself out.

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    OK question for you guys if a shipment of flame moss takes 17-31 days to arrive will it still be alive?

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