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Where can I get subwassertang, any experiences with it, also what would be good for a light green moss wall would riccia work, never tried it that way
 

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Hi
I have subwassertang
loose or on mesh
a golf ball size loose for $10.00 + $4.05 shipping
on mesh $15.00 + $4.05 Shipping amount of a big golf ball size.
Thanks Robert


you can see a pic of this in my link below
 

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You can find some more information about it with the correct name Süßwassertang, ü is not u, its ue and ß is not b, its ss, so the alternative spelling is suesswassertang, but you can find it written many incorrect ways too, like susswassertang or subwassertang. There's a thread or two in this forum somewhere.
 

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I thought Stang lovers would find this amusing.
Here I have Stang growing on a Nylon rope that
I tied on with bit of 0.2mm clear fishing line.
In a Month or two I'll post it's growing progress
on my ~ DIY moss rope ladders ~ thread.
The moss behind the Stang is Taiwan and Xmas.
What is nice about Stang is my fish don't seem
to pick at it as much as they do my other moss.

 

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I thought Stang lovers would find this amusing.
Here I have Stang growing on a Nylon rope that
I tied on with bit of 0.2mm clear fishing line.
In a Month or two I'll post it's growing progress
on my ~ DIY moss rope ladders ~ thread.
The moss behind the Stang is Taiwan and Xmas.
What is nice about Stang is my fish don't seem
to pick at it as much as they do my other moss.

I recognize some of those plants...
It's good to see that the Süßwassertang is doing well for you.
 
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