The above mosses however, are all collected from Hawaii. Including:
Riccardia sp. (riccardia are commonly called "mini pellia")
shots of the fissiden:
Here's one of the hawaiian "mini pellia":
The vesicularia is somewhat swamped by the riccardia, as these rocks were recently collected with emersed growth. In time though, the vesicularia sp. "manoa" starting to be known locally as "manoa moss" (original plants now being grown aquatically were collected in manoa) grows into a lovely aquatic form with triangles very similar to singapore moss.
If you live on Oahu, you can see Manoa Moss growing along with Taiwan and Singapore in Robert's tank at Pet Land Kahala.
Hope everyone enjoys
BTW-- what should I put in here? I was thinking of finding some Atyoida Bisculata (hawaiian waterfall shrimp) so it would be semi-biotope
(mosses come from the same forest, but they don't grow aquatically normally).
If I can't find any Atyoida Bisculata, I could go with cherry shrimp I guess . . . cherry shrimp have invaded the habitat of the atyoida bisculata so it'd be a kind of non-native biotope.