Fissidens fontanus which originates from USA. It is a very nice fissidens species and it is truely aquatic. The best part is that the rhizoids of Fissidens fontanus cling on readily to the woods or stones after a while. This fissidens is small in size and not very fast growing
I have had no luck with this moss. I can grow all other types of moss no problem but this will not grow I think part of the reason is I had a half dead plants to work with. Its been 2 months and still no growth. I might try again but buy from a different source. I love how this moss looks. Updat. Turns out I was trying to grow Fissidens splachnobryoides under water. I now have real Fissidens fontanus and this is a great moss. Grows very in high tech or low tech. Growth rate is no slower then other moss. It's bee 2 weeks and I have lots of new growth. Very cool moss
I am looking for a good ground cover for my new 2.5 gallon betta tank. Betta's don't need a lot of CO2 in the water so planting lots of live plants helps control algae. But having lots of plants also fills the tank and makes it look cluttered, so I was thinking a ground-cover will leave plenty of room for little Guppy to swim in while giving him a nice carpet. Would you recommend this plant for a betta tank or is there one that might work better in a small space and fairly low light (I have on LED)?