• Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture
  • Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture
  • Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture
  • Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture
  • Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture
  • Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture

Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”) Tissue Culture

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The fronds of flame moss grow upward, making this plant very unique and distinctive!
Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum sp. “Flame”), is a rare but increasingly popular and attractive species of creeping moss for the freshwater aquarium.  This is a great plant to keep in any freshwater aquarium due to its low lighting requirements and ease of care.  What makes this moss distinctive is the long, curly vertical growth of its stems, which resemble an underwater green “fire.”  Due to the nature of its stem growth, Flame Moss is an ideal moss for horizontal placement in the aquarium.  It also provides cultivation areas for tiny live food sources such as infusoria and biofilm.  Once established in the aquarium, Flame Moss can grow into a very impressive, large mat that will contribute to a stunningly beautiful aquascape.
 
This is a very easy plant to keep without much extra care, but like all plants, it can benefit from CO2 supplementation (although this is not required).  Like many mosses, it does not typically respond positively to most chemical plant supplements.  Many aquarists report success with this moss purely through keeping a well-maintained aquarium with no supplementation.
 

This listing is for the tissue culture form of Flame Moss. Tissue cultures are superior to traditional forms of aquarium plants in many ways. They are produced in a completely sterile environment which eliminates the possibility of them carrying pest snails or algae spores. They have a shelf life (before introduction to the aquarium) of several months if properly maintained and they are housed in a nutrient gel until introduced to the aquarium. To introduce a tissue culture plant to the aquarium, simply rinse off as much nutrient gel as possible, then plant as usual. The nutrient gel will not harm your aquarium.  

What We Like About This Plant:
  • Tissue cultures contain no unwanted pest animals or algae
  • Extremely attractive alternative to Java Moss
  • Can be attached to almost any aquarium décor or left floating in loose form
  • Low light requirements
  • Little to no supplements needed
Care Guidelines:
  • Temperature: 75° - 84° F (23.9° - 28.9° C)
  • pH: 5.8 - 7.5
  • Lighting: Low to moderate
  • Origin: Lab-grown tissue culture, but indigenous to Southeast Asia
  • Aquarium Placement: Any
  • Care: Easy
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