I have noticed that my beautiful sphagnum moss garden inside my highland chamber has pretty much dried up, there is still green living moss everywhere but it is not as vibrant, they are not making the spore danglers, etc. the sphagnum seems to have retreated. The conditions have been the same for a year with climate controls on humidity, airflow, lighting and night time cooling the only difference lately is the warmer days (which never gets above *85*F in summer but for most of the year is only 70-75*F).
Is sphagnum that is subjected to night time cooling and highland conditions subjected to retreating (I wouldn't say dying but not growing as it was) in the warmer months?
I think this is weird because the sphagnum and mosses in my lowland chambers don't seem affected at all by any ambient features (they are always hot and steamy).
Just wonderin' I guess! Thanks for any toughts!
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