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Advice on Christmas moss
I'm getting Christmas moss and i do NOT have any lights above my tank. I've had some amazon sword in my tank for over 4 months now, and it's been slow growing but it's been living, so could my christmas moss live/grow without becoming too much of a problem? I'm planning on tying them to 2 coconut huts and a tree stump ornament. If i have very low light, will there be no algae problems in my tank? I do not want to strip my tank to clean. And also, my biggest fear is the christmas moss growing into my filters, what is the risk of this happening?
|Blaxicanlatino ||02-05-2011 07:50 PM |
wait.... so you dont have any light over your tank? but you have the tank near maybe a window where sun gets in right?
|Blaxicanlatino ||02-05-2011 08:47 PM |
well i have java moss which is very similiar to christmas and ive never had a problem with it clogging my filter. They will grow slower in low light though
|Grimmjow ||02-06-2011 06:17 AM |
Are you ordering some christmas moss or getting it locally? Im looking to get some soon too.
Locally. Why? the person I'm planning on buying from ship. Ig you wannna know who he is, let me know.
|Grimmjow ||02-06-2011 09:45 AM |
Ya I definitely want some, just depends on h ow much itll be
$5 per golfball size. Spend $20 and you get 1 portion addition free (Ex. buy 4, get 1 free) Shipping's $5.50 priority mail. BUT the guy has snails in the tank.. I haven't bought from him yet for that reason. Still deciding if i wanna risk having snails run the tank:/ Here's his link. FS Christmas Moss - San Jose - Shipping - Aquaria Central
|Grimmjow ||02-06-2011 12:01 PM |
Thanks, i lost the fight on snails long ago so its no hindrance for me.
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