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    I had some of this stuff get in a pot of nidiformis and it went RAMPANT until it was completely covered, but it actually doesn't look too bad and the nidiformis doesn't seem to mind.


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    Wow, I love the look of a pot full of moss like that.
    My life sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (CopcarFC @ June 11 2006,10:33)]Wow, I love the look of a pot full of moss like that.
    I can get it for ya wholesale!

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    Can somebody confirm that this moss doesn't harm our precious cp's? I admit, they do look nice. But I pluck em whenever I see em. It's a chore.
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    I've only been taking this hobby seriously for 3 years now, so I am far from being an expert. It shows up in most pots and trades, no matter how much I rinse my media. To my perception, and I pluck it out when it becomes thick enough to do so, it hasn't caused any problems.

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    It looks like a club-moss to me. Lycopodiella sp.
    Should be harmless.
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    Harmless, but can smother tiny Drosera seedlings and the like.

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    my D. rotundifolia grows out of a carpet of that stuff and doesn't seem to care either.

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