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star moss
star moss
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side view
side view
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i think this patch came from cal carnivors. its a nice top dressing for my adult vfts and capensis and great moss for terrariums. i have several types of live moss but really like this type.
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starmoss
starmoss
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sttarmosssideview
sttarmosssideview
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this is my first choice for moss. it grows sideways and is similar to rabbit-foot fern to me the way the tips travels in every direction but not up so much.
star moss
star moss
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from about 9pm to 12noon, that is the moss I like as well I believe and I have a lot of seed pods.
greenstarmoss
greenstarmoss
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I can get this green moss easily. and its moist to soggy moss and doesn't grow too large.
drymoss
drymoss
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this last moss seems to be a dry type. it doesn't get soggy like the lfsm or these other mosses. I guess I'm wondering if anybody knows any proper names for these mosses? and who uses the moss in their pots and maybe a photo or 2? Thanks ;)

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