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dragonscales

Hatchling Dragon
I am sorry but if that's supposed to be a link it isn't working for me
how about now?
 

dragonscales

Hatchling Dragon
Sorry for the bombardment of questions. I’m just binge researching.
I was just visiting biodude and they have this moss
What one would you go with and what quantity?
Also what kind of sand do you recommend?thanks
 

Silver dragons

Juvenile Dragon
The Coco fiber is an excellent choice, I've actually bought from them before. The link to the moss is just a link to a bunch of different mosses. which one were you wanting in particular?
 

Silver dragons

Juvenile Dragon
You can use pillow Moss but it is a little difficult to keep alive in my experience. Also if you get this you still need to get sphagnum moss to mix into the substrate for the springtails or isopods to eat.
 

dragonscales

Hatchling Dragon
You can use pillow Moss but it is a little difficult to keep alive in my experience. Also if you get this you still need to get sphagnum moss to mix into the substrate for the springtails or isopods to eat.
If not pillow moss what moss would you go with? I really like the ”neon” green of the pillow moss.
 

Silver dragons

Juvenile Dragon
Any type of live moss is going to be difficult to care for and keep alive in my experience, especially since you seem to be new. Sphagnum moss you can just add a bag and mix it in it doesn't have to be SUPER accurate or anything it's just there to have food for the springtails or isopods.
 

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