That was really fast. All portions have been claimed. Thank you.
Pembrokeshire is a westerly county of Wales in the United Kingdom. I spent about a year in Wales doing some geological mapping. But that was in the days before the planted aquaria bug bit.3. An occasionally submerged and often wet community which commonly included species such as Thuidium tamariscinum, Dicranella heteromalla, Amblystegium serpens and Lophocolea bidentata.
Ha ha ha. :lol: Touche. Touche. There's really very little that is "nano" about this moss, except perhaps its girth. It grows like a stem plant, gaining height much faster than Erect moss. The true mini moss is still in la-la-land. I hope that we'll find it soon. Isn't it simply divine? ::sighs::pineapple said:Maybe this moss is akin to the legend of the Dwarf Microsorium pteropus?
I got some (a few strands) of this moss from Singapore a few months back (Adrian). Far from 'mini' it has grown rather fast and large. I removed a lot from that aquarium this morning and was thinking of throwing it away, (unless someone PMs me - **an eagle-eyed APCer did PM me and it is now gone....**)"Mini Moss", which has been discovered to be "Singapore moss"