It’s amazing how well things grow in nature
Makes you want to pick up that tub and have it in the house over winter
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Aww now they might starve . J/k I'm sure they'll find some mosquito larvae or something to eat, they may just grow up a bit slower.
Loving the pics as always .
I've done this a few times with damselfly nymphs that came into my aquariums on plants, cost me quite a few betta fry though, which I was quite conflicted about, but damsels are smaller so most fry quickly grew too large to be at risk!I
Actualy pitty i didn't have a little nano tank setup and ready, to pet and feed it.. I would have loved to monitor its development in an aquarium and see it hatch into a dragonfly.
Hi all, Do you have a local fish shop? I've taken my spare moss into a couple of shops and in one case they even give me a credit note for it.
All the names of mosses are made up anyway.But the moss doesn't seem to atrackt any buyers since i can't give it a name i guess. Maybe i should give it a fantasy name "Taxiphyllum sp. Misio Solium."
How about Taxiphyllum <"Holambra">, arrived from the Brazilian city of that name, as packing in box of orchids, rescued by chance, easy to grow, but very rare and much sort after, you've reduced the prize for a limited time period but this is still the deal of a life-time.................The first Cattleya came into Europe and UK on timber that was imported from South America. Botanists and plant collectors who noticed these growths on the logs in the yard, thought they were parasites and took them out and inserted them into slits cut into trees with sap hoping they would survive. But they didn’t. The next stage was when some imports came into Europe and the UK, they found the crates were packed with some strange plants and moss – basically used as packing material. The material was thrown around the yards. Some days later somebody noticed that the strange plants had sprouted roots and perhaps leaves......
Hi all, All the names of mosses are made up anyway.
I think you need an exotic back story, a mystery moss from Surinam, Indonesia etc, imported by chance, something like How about Taxiphyllum <"Holambra">, arrived from the Brazilian city of that name, as packing in box of orchids, rescued by chance, easy to grow, but very rare and much sort after, you've reduced the prize for a limited time period but this is still the deal of a life-time......
Yes it was @Lindy ,but my member list popup doesn't seem to function correctly when using the @ it didn't show.