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PostSubject: Christmas Tree Mosd   Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:30 am

I am looking for some Christmas tree Moss, does anyone have any that is getting unruly that they would like to give a bit of?
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:19 pm

Higher thinking has plants for sale. There was a discussion about this recently under the Trading Post. It's titled "Plants for Sale." Good luck.
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:33 pm

I didn't c anything but I will double check:-) thank u!!
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:57 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:29 am

Mzsunshine99 wrote:
I am looking for some Christmas tree Moss, does anyone have any that is getting unruly that they would like to give a bit of?

hi mzsunshine99, sorry i haven't any Christmas tree Moss, but what i know about it which i am sharing with you....

Christmas Tree Moss (Xmas Moss) is a very fast growing moss and can quickly take up a lot of the area within a tank. It is important to keep this moss trimmed and under control. This moss is also not available in some countries although it isn't hard to get your hands on through on-line retailers. Christmas Moss is categorized as a speciality plant.
Characteristics

Christmas Tree Moss tends to attach itself to items on the tank and will try to grow around and stay attached to items in the tank. A lot of aquarium enthusiasts like this moss because they can make moss walls and beds in their aquariums. This moss is referred to as Christmas Moss or Christmas Tree Moss because of the way it branches out. It tends to look similar to a Christmas tree.
Tank Requirements

Christmas moss requires a tank to have a PH level of +/- 0.5 so the range from 6.5-7.5 should be fine for growing this moss. The moss also prefers a colder tank which makes the ideal range of water temperature for the Christmas Moss between 68 and 78. In order to grow this moss you will need to have proper lighting, although you can get away with minimal lighting, and it is advised that you use a Co2 Reactor.
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:35 am

Good info... thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Thu Nov 17, 2011 2:20 am

Is that really what YOU know or what was copied and pasted from aquaria wiki.com? You really should cite or reference other peoples works


Batyjuogri7 wrote:
Mzsunshine99 wrote:
I am looking for some Christmas tree Moss, does anyone have any that is getting unruly that they would like to give a bit of?

hi mzsunshine99, sorry i haven't any Christmas tree Moss, but what i know about it which i am sharing with you....

Christmas Tree Moss (Xmas Moss) is a very fast growing moss and can quickly take up a lot of the area within a tank. It is important to keep this moss trimmed and under control. This moss is also not available in some countries although it isn't hard to get your hands on through on-line retailers. Christmas Moss is categorized as a speciality plant.
Characteristics

Christmas Tree Moss tends to attach itself to items on the tank and will try to grow around and stay attached to items in the tank. A lot of aquarium enthusiasts like this moss because they can make moss walls and beds in their aquariums. This moss is referred to as Christmas Moss or Christmas Tree Moss because of the way it branches out. It tends to look similar to a Christmas tree.
Tank Requirements

Christmas moss requires a tank to have a PH level of +/- 0.5 so the range from 6.5-7.5 should be fine for growing this moss. The moss also prefers a colder tank which makes the ideal range of water temperature for the Christmas Moss between 68 and 78. In order to grow this moss you will need to have proper lighting, although you can get away with minimal lighting, and it is advised that you use a Co2 Reactor.
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Tree Mosd   Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:52 am

On another note I am pretty sure that Animal House has some of this moss and so does All for Fish in Albany if you were still trying to find some.I personaly never had much luck with it.
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