Peacock Moss provides excellent shade and coverage for shrimp and fish and is versatile with placement. It can be attached to hardscape material to create tree-like structures, cover unnatural cuts or simply left free floating or placed in the foreground. After it establishes itself in a healthy planted aquarium tank, it grows to be quite thick as opposed to the more common Java Moss. It is quite forgiving and can be grown in a wide range of aquarium conditions and water parameters.
|Common Name||Peacock moss|
|Lighting||Low to Medium|
|Suggested Placement||Attached to rock or wood|
|Propagation||Cut or pull apart|