Uk native mosses

Discussion in 'Photography' started by mr. luke, 28 Jan 2010.

  1. mr. luke

    mr. luke Member

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    (posted this on another topic, but thought it might deserve its own section)
    All taken with no tripod or fancy lenses or settings :thumbup:


    This is what I *Think* is spiky moss.
    Either way, it grows submerged.
    DSCF4692.jpg


    This is very similar if not the same as triangle moss (grows submerged)
    DSCF4691.jpg

    And this one is currently dormant so I cant tell you a lot about it.
    DSCF4693.jpg


    These are all in there emersed forms at the minute but i do have small ammounts of each growing or at least surviving submerged (first 2 grow, second one is dormant)
     
  2. Garuf

    Garuf Member

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    Good start, now lets see them in their submerged form :twisted: :lol:
     
  3. mr. luke

    mr. luke Member

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    Let me get em going again :D
    The last lot was in my contest pico before it got smashed and thrown away :thumbdown:
     
  4. mr. luke

    mr. luke Member

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    Just re-read my posts and they are a little confusing.
    To clarify, I have tiny amounts of each growing, but my main lot got thrown out when my pico smashed.

    This is what I thought was spiky moss.
    DSCF4694.jpg

    That's been grown on a windowsill in a plastic container with no ferts or waterchange for about a month.
    Notice the origional emersed part has died off.
     

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