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Java Moss

By Clint Norwood
Java Moss
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Scientific Name: Vesicularia dubyana
Range: Southeast Asia, Java
Ease Of Keeping: Very Easy
Lighting: Dim To Bright
Aquarium Requirements: Another extremely easy to keep and useful aquatic plant. Java Moss is a deep green, tiny leaved aquatic moss. It is very useful as a ground cover or as an adornment to rocks and driftwood. It can be used in a spawning tank to provide a place to lay eggs and also as a source of microorganisms for the fry to eat. This plant can easily be propagated by tearing the moss clumps apart and just anchoring or attaching them temporarily to just about any surface where it will soon adhere. PH and water hardness seem of little importance to this plant. Temperatures of 20-30C (68-85F) are tolerated.

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