AQUARZON VARIETY BUSHY MOSS
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(Information written by Aquarzon based on actual growing experience, observations and research. Please do not copy any information or photos)
Portion Size : Around 6 X 6 cm (around palm size)
Portion Type: Loose/Unattached
Growth Speed : Fast
Difficulty Level : Very Easy
Temperature : 10-30°C
PH Range : 5.5-7.8
Min. Light Needs: Low
Origin : Unconfirmed
Aquarzon discovered this moss from our collection after noticing it to appear different from Peacock Moss and other Taxiphyllum and Vesicularia mosses. It took us more than a year of long term propagation observations while carefully growing it side by side with others to be very certain it is of its own kind and not the same as Peacock Moss etc.
It is a very beautiful moss that is highly variable in growth pattern depending on aquarium conditions. It can grow very lush, bushy and compact especially under high light intensity. Co2 is optional and is completely suitable for low tech tanks. It has a very wide range of possible uses including to be used as a moss wall, lush carpet, moss tree or just as a natural growing clump positioned between rocks or attached to wood.
Compared to Peacock Moss, it does not have a smooth or velvet texture appearance.It has a rough texture look. It also looks different from Christmas Moss and produces less triangle shaped fronds even under ideal and high intensity lighting conditions. Under prolong low lighting conditions, this moss can grow without exhibiting almost any triangular shape fronds.
We observed that it looks different from the actual Peacock Moss. It had such a rough texture appearance to the extent unseen on actual Peacock Moss even under non-favourable conditions. It does look like to be Vesicularia type moss. However, it did not produce any spore capsules in our aquariums over a period of a year and a half. What is clear is that it is different from Peacock Moss. We have grown it seperately from our actual Peacock Moss and the difference is apparent, which is it has a much rougher texture appearance and it has much less defined triangular shape fronds.
To maintain the integrity of this moss propagated by us, we continuously observe and discard any possible moss mix up contamination so our customers can be assured they will definitely be receiving actual propagated stock of this moss and any other similar mosses which can be easily mixed up.