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Yes I have at least one in every tank. I have placed one on a rock and do not turn it so that it will grow a green velvet layer over the surface of the rock. I will post photos when it is complete. Thank you Zenman
 

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Sorry son it doesnt matter if you have a Phd or been selling Chladophora Aegagroplia (Marimo Balls) for 20 years you can argue with the basic laws of physics. These balls grow in the lakes of Japan as the currents & tides move these back in forth causing them to roll in a ball, the more movement in your tank the tighter and rounder they will grow, the less movement the flater they will become. Perhaps Robert you grow your Marimo Balls in a setting which creates just enough movement to keep them round. Try placeing some balls in a motionless tank for a week and you will begin to notice a flating affect if you dont believe me then a picture say's a thousand words. Thank you Zenman
 

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I grow mine in Low to Medium light. I have found these to be one of the easiest to maintain, very low maintance required, I to sell these and a very popular item at that. Can be viewed at www.aquabid.com under Zenman will give discounts to members of this forum. Thank you David Morehead
 
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