- - Moss ball for Aquarium
|froglady ||04-25-2009 03:10 PM |
Moss ball for Aquarium
I was thinking about getting a moss ball for my ten gallon tank. I was told they are easy to care for, and are good hiding places for fry. should I buy one?
|Twistersmom ||04-25-2009 05:30 PM |
As long as you do not have fish that pick at them, they should do fine.
Some of my fish would just not leave them alone, Made a real mess.
The ones I put in "good" tanks are doing fine, the others I put back together with rubberbands and placed in fish friendly tanks and they seem to be doing fine.
Just a word of caution, if they start falling apart use fishing string or rubberbands to put them back together, otherwise they can make a big mess and try to clog your filter.
|froglady ||04-26-2009 03:30 PM |
Thank you for the info, I have guppies. so not sure what they will do with them.
|Blaxicanlatino ||04-27-2009 08:43 AM |
I have had problems iwth mine. It sheds all the time and browns. Im pretty sure its just my conditions that are causing the problem but he looks horrible. and it appears incredibly slow to grow
|daisycutter ||04-28-2009 09:52 AM |
moss balls are great i use them as foreground plants if they get to big cut them in half and both halves turn into balls next time i see some im going to get enogh of them to fill the front of my 30g
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