Moss And Mudskippers

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14 Apr 2016 10:52 #1 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
I've been setting up a new home for my mudskippers, moving some decor from the old tank to the new and I've noticed moss growing on some of the wood that's resting just above the waterline. It's a thin layer, mostly very dark coloured, though there are a few greenish shoots showing too.
Has anyone experienced this before, especially those who've created riparian tanks or paludaria?

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14 Apr 2016 15:48 #2 by joemc (joe mc)
Replied by joemc (joe mc) on topic Moss And Mudskippers
nice fish choice lemonjelly, i have grown quite a few mosses above the water over the years, they will grow better, stronger and faster than when submerged, i set up a tank with plants above the water line over the xmas / new year and they are all taking off now, if i can find a camera i will take a picture in a minute and post it

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14 Apr 2016 17:38 #3 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
Cheers. It's got me thinking about doing some sort of deliberate moss growth above the waterline. The only issue would be the mudskippers knocking a lot of it off.

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