The moss ball Aegagropila linnaei a is not a real plant, but a ball of algae from 3-10cm in size. In nature the ball is to be found in shallow waters where the water movement ensures that a ball is formed. 3 pieces in blisterpack
Fissidens fontanus is a special mossoort for the aquarium and is native to North America. It seems like the small green feathers. The color is deeper green and the growth is quite slow. In comparison with other moss species has this much more light is needed.Size of patch is approx. 50x75mm
Taxiphyllum barbieri is eenmossoort that are very easy to keep in the aquarium. The moss is from Asia and is therefore often as java moss referred to. It grows up to 10cm thick and attaches to a variety of substrates. Ideal for stones, backs or driftwood to let it grow.
Taxiphyllum 'Flame' is a mossoort that his name is due to the particular growth habit. The moss develops dense, wavy, vertically-growing strands that are reminiscent of a campfire. The height is about 5 to 15 cm.
Vesicularia dubyana 'Christmas' is a mossoort for the aquarium originated from Brazil. It owes its name, 'Christmas moss' to the structure with branches resembling a pine tree. This is, therefore, a clear distinction with the standard 'java moss'. The requirements for lighting, CO2 and nutrients are low and the Christmas Moss grows in almost any aquarium.
Vesicularia ferriei 'Weeping' is a mossoort for the aquarium comes from Asia. He is more commonly known as Weeping Moss. The moss has a robust shape and grows down with bright green groeipuntjes. The length is about 1 to 3 cm.
Salvinia auriculata is a free-floating fern species with leaves of 1 to 3 cm. When there is sufficient light and power supply is present, the drijfplant to grow rapidly. In an open aquarium is the drijfplant the most decorative, because the beautiful top is visible.