Whats your favorite genus of moss'

Dennis Singh

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What is your favorite Genus of mosses? I’ll lead the way


Tell me about your favorite genus and why?


simple question


some spellings are wrong sorry, and more species and genus can also fill in


Vesicularia


Erect


Weeping


Xmas


Mini christmas


Taxiphyllum


Java


Taiwan


Spiky


Fonatnalis


Willow


Quail


Casticostella, these guys are new to the hobby, nice thick beautiful fronds


Gunung sumpit


Panti johr Malaysia


panjcuri


prabakitana


fissidens-interesting because its one of the truly aquatics, rest are semi-aquatic


fontanus


phoenix


zip..


miroshaki


Me personally I’m torn between the two more common genus’ Vesicularia and Taxiphyllum


Taxiphyllum’s adhere great, others will adhere, but those will really root in. Vesicularia’s for their beauty. Weeping is divine, takes on so many forms, but the root structure is always there.(certain look)
 

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I recieved some wave moss stuff not sure its a moss but more a fern that looks like a moss maybe you guys know more than i. It grows rather slowly but looks pretty cool
 

Dennis Singh

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I sent this all over to Chaoslord, not sure what happened to it. Grows fast, like subswassertang, and very easily too. Benefits from co2.


It is a fern I think your right


Loxogramme sp. waynard I believe is the full name. :)


Thanks for starting :)
 

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strungout said:
Fonatnalis

Is meant to be Fontinalis? Family is Fontinalaceae, right?


I like Fontilalis and Vesicularia


I Like the looks, color and uniqueness of the Family of the mosses.
 
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Dennis Singh

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You are correct, I had to wicki it ;)


Fontinalis adhere well too, especially wood. Higher the flow the better for this family. Could be myth, but my experience especially with "true willow"