I like that one too. Isn't that the same plant as "erect moss"?I voted "Other" because my favorite is Flame Moss.
Thanks Robert! I have most definitely have subwassertang growing in there it's just taking its time to grow out. [smilie=h: The riccia dominates the tank in terms of growth and hides the four large rocks of different pellias. And I'd love to be in the article! I'll send you a pm tonight Robert. Here's a link to my "Moss Pharm" journal.Wow Jeff, that looks really nice! You are even growing the one everybody said was non aquatic! Phoenix moss is Fissidens fontanus, in case anybody was wondering. You need some subwassertang in there!
I am writing a magazine article on mosses and liverworts, for either TFH or AFI. Would you be interested in having photos of this tank published in the magazine with the article? Email me and we can talk about it! Experiment with different shots, different angles.
Nice tank! I'm jealous.My favorite has to be Mini-pellia. Looks amazing and so detailed. All Fissedens are also a huge favorite of mine. Currently I have Phoenix Moss- US Fissidens, Fissiden sp zippelianus. Star Moss or "concrete moss" has been growing in my tank submerged for 2 months :happy: My theory is that if you tie it to a river rock it should grow, apparently this moss likes a high alkalinity. go figure.
I currently have 15 different moss's/liverworts in the "moss pharm". Always looking for more.
I love moss. :mrgreen:
It has grown out a little more then this pic. I'll update this weekend after a Riccia trim.