|Blaxicanlatino ||01-31-2009 09:22 AM |
Members Unique Java moss Ideas!
I have java moss in my tank and i honestly dont know what to do with it :( lol. What are some interesting things you all have done with it? I hardly have enough for a java moss wall.
its in a 10 gallon tank with with i think 24 or 25 watts. I was thinking to leave it on the gravel and let it grow in between my moneyworts to give it grass hill look
|onefish2fish ||01-31-2009 09:32 AM |
attach it to driftwood or a rock. you can tie it there with fishing line or sewing thread until it latches on or start/save for a moss wall
|Blaxicanlatino ||01-31-2009 09:42 AM |
i wanted a java moss wall but the amazon sword presses against the back wall. Maybe i could lean the moss gainst the back wall and let it grow on its own?
|Blaxicanlatino ||01-31-2009 11:37 AM |
I was thinkin, maybe make a half java moss wall.
|daisycutter ||01-31-2009 11:54 AM |
i got some dark green plastic mesh to make a moss wall with java,christmas,spikey moss the idea went so far on the back burner it fell off..the rooted plants have filled the space well there is still some of the back wall visable but the amazon swords are filling it i may re use the idea on another tank yet perhaps my shrimp or puffer tank
|Blaxicanlatino ||02-01-2009 03:08 PM |
wow nice tank.
|daisycutter ||02-01-2009 03:58 PM |
these type of tanks have a plastic backwall dividing the tank from filter it does look damm ugly i may still try the moss wall idea i was going to attach airline suction cups to 4 corners of an area of mesh then i can move the whole moss wall about if i so desire or swap it between tanks
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