Exoaquaristic

Zipper Moss ( Fissiden Zippelianus )

Fissiden Zippelianus (Zipper moss)

Description

Fissidens Zippelianus or has common name Zipper Moss is aquatic moss plant that’s popular in 2004. 

Fissidens Zippelianus is very RARE freshwater aquarium plant, not easy for finding it in trade. Cause not Manny aquarium store or aquarium hobby propagated this plant. Usually, if you found it in trade, the trader has not Manny stock, and the price is too expensive than other common moss types. 

Fissidens Zippelianus has synonyms name Fissidens Crispulus. Zipper Moss has delicate leaves, and the leaves are relatively small. The width size of it leaves around 2 mm. And the height of leaves can range up to 3.5 Cm.

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The benefit of Aquatic Moss

EASY TO MAINTAIN - You do not need any extra Co2 or special lighting. For maintenance, you can trim this plant every few weeks or leave it to grow into a wild looking moss forest for your fish to hide out 

 

FOOD SOURCE FOR SHRIMP AND FRY - This moss can harbor infusorians. These are minute organisms that are a vital first food for newborn fry. Shrimp may also like to feed off the microorganisms on the moss wall.

 

SOFT AND COMFORTING FOR FISH - This moss is not only beautiful but practical too. It will provide a safe place for shrimp, fry, and betta to hide in when they feel stressed. This is especially useful in a breeding tank.

 

CREATE A MOSS WALL OR MOSS CARPET - Sandwich this lush piece of aquatic moss in between plastic or metal mesh, this will create an attractive, green backdrop in your aquarium.

 

PROVIDES SOME OXYGEN - Like plants in general, moss sucks up CO2 and release oxygen in the water. If you don’t like noisy air stones, this moss is a great addition to help you oxygenate your tank.

 

SUCKS UP NITRATES , AMMONIA AND OTHER NASTIES, ALSO HELP TO REDUCE ALGAE - Byproducts of fish waste, nitrates are harmless to most healthy fish under 30ppm, but as their numbers increase over time, they can stress and kill your fish. it’s usually not a large amount. Still, any nitrate absorbent is a benefit to your tank’s ecosystem. 

 

Care Guidelines:

  • Temperature: 20 -  28
  • pH: 5.8 - 7.5
  • Lighting: Low to moderate
  • Aquarium Placement: Any
  • Care: Easy
  • Suitable for Beginner: Yes
  • Can Live in Emersed: Yes

 

Product details

Loose moss: 3x3cm

 

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