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3 inch x 3 inch mat. These are meant to be left with the wire mesh and are considered fish, snail and shrimp safe.
  • Scientific Name: Fissidens fontanus
  • Skill Level: medium
  • Placement: On wood or mesh
  • Co2 Requirement: none
  • Preferred Fertilizer: Liquid - Easy Green Fertilizer

***Being a natural product, sizes can vary from what is shown. Nearly all plants are in a state of converting from emersed to submerged growth.***

Fissidens Fontanus Mat

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3 inch x 3 inch mat. These are meant to be left with the wire mesh and are considered fish, snail and shrimp safe.
  • Scientific Name: Fissidens fontanus
  • Skill Level: medium
  • Placement: On wood or mesh
  • Co2 Requirement: none
  • Preferred Fertilizer: Liquid - Easy Green Fertilizer

***Being a natural product, sizes can vary from what is shown. Nearly all plants are in a state of converting from emersed to submerged growth.***

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B.S.
Great buy, high quality!

I got two mats and they both looked great upon arrival and are growing like crazy in my tank.

D
D.K.
Fissidens Fontanus Mat

Shipping was really fast. Had a heat thing in it to prevent from getting cold. Happy about that. The plant is doing really good so far.

G
G.W.
Phoenix Moss

So far so good.

C
C.F.
Exceptional!

Very healthy, very green fissidens fontanus mat and 15 days later still going strong! I have a new 29 gallon setup and use easy green.

R
R.F.
Started out great

Was great in the few days when I got it but not sure what happened. I did contact help, Not sure if it was the coldness that when it was shipped or just an unlucky plant but it turned brown before a week was up. I am not an expert with aquatic plants, but do farely well with ones I have purchased, I still have it in tank and dosing with ferts and cut back what I could, we will see what happens. This is only plant I have had trouble with at all. Here's hoping it comes back sometime. If not, 1 plant out of quite a few plants I have purchased from CoOp, that has not made it, is still great in my book.