|Aquarium Use||Attached to rocks or bogwood, spawning plant
|Temperature||21oC or higher (70oF)|
|Water Chemistry||Not critical|
|Comments||The plant should be attached to rocks or
bogwood, where it will soon become firmly attached and begin to creep along the surface. It is easy to propagate - simply
remove part of the plant and attach to a new surface.
The Java Moss usually available in the aquatic trade has been known under the scientific name of Vesicularia dubyana,
but this refers to a different species that is a bit more demanding.
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