Using hair net in aquarium
I made a cork wall for my 29 gallon aquarium, attaching Java Moss to it with hair nets. The use of hair nets was a mistake. I am finding that the net acts like gill nets used for catching fish. I have now lost two fish to the net. They seem to work their way under the net, the get their head caught in the openings as they try to escape. The last loss was a cory who got the netting wrapped around his head. So, while the Java Moss looks nice back there, except for trapping algae, and it is a good "home" for my Cherry shrimp, hair netting is not suitable for that use, or probably for any use in the aquarium. I doubt that I will do a cork wall again, in any case, but if I did I would use some kind of rigid screening to attach the moss to the wall.