In the photo, you can see why I am using a vertical model: I needed space. That Echinodorus Rohzay needs a bigger pot, because its roots are so cramped that it is smaller than it was two months ago. You can also see a filter pad which I had hoped would continue to support moss. It did not. My moss strain is different than it was about six months ago, though. It began as a billowy and stringy variety that broke off in blobs for my fish to eat. I recently rinsed my filter under cold water, though, and a strain that sticks very well to my UV-degraded filter remained: I turned my filter around, and more moss is on the left side of it, toward my tank's rear.
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