Looking for a fun but beautiful decoration for your aquascape?
This unique Christmas Moss (Vesicularia montagnei) Frog is the perfect addition to any aquascape! Made with a coconut frog and Christmas Moss, it is ideal for providing an aesthetically pleasing aquatic environment. Christmas Moss is known for its hardiness and low-maintenance care, making it a great choice for any aquarium.
Christmas Mossis a popular aquatic plant among aquarium enthusiasts. Its name comes from the plant's green, Christmas-tree-like appearance, with a branching structure and small, dense leaves. It comes from Southeast Asia where it grows in streams with moderate to fast water flow. Its easy care and ability to tolerate a wide variety of water parameters make it a great plant for beginners and experienced aquascapers alike!
In an aquascape, Christmas Moss is commonly tied or glued to hardscape such as rocks, driftwood, or scenery using fishing line or an acrylic based super glue. This Christmas Moss has been attached to a coconut frog to make it the perfect accessory to any aquarium looking to add a goofy and fun touch as well as a pleasing and beautiful look to your aquascape.
pH - 5.0 - 7.5
Temperature - 65°F - 75°F
Water Hardness - fairly soft water preferred
Lighting - T5 or T8 full-spectrum LED lighting (6 - 8 hours) / prefers medium to low light
Placement / Height - Attached to hardscape using thread or fishing line, or used as an "active substrate" / prefers medium to high water flow
Propogation - trim and reattach trimmings
CO2 - Not needed but will increase growth
Fertilizers - Not needed but will increase growth
Substrate - Not required or necessary
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All three Green Jade Mystery Snails were dead. I opened the box and floated their bag in my aquarium for about an hour. Opened bag and allowed them to sink to the bottom. After about 30 hours on the bottom it was obvious they were DOA! Last time I will try to purchase online with live product.