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Fissidens incurvus


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So this is the facies of Fissidens virudulus ssp incurvus "Edithae". Close to Miroshaki but about 2-3 mm higher. This is how the stones developed in the last 6 months being permanently submerged.


This species comes from small waterfalls and lives naturally almost in complete darkness. So it is very easy to keep, has not high light requirements, it is also very darkgreen.


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the plants have been collected one year ago (may 2015). The pictures above , where i am holding a stone with this moss in my hand have been posted november 2015 , all this periode  (more than 6 months) that stone was kept submerged in a tank. The moss did very nicely, only Amaria taruya is nicer in my personal opinion (i have now about 30 fissidens species to compare to).

 

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