Fissidence crispulus/ Zipper moss on rock
Botanical name [?]: Fissidens críspulus Bridel
As its shoot patterns remind the imaginative onlooker of a zipper, and in accordance with the scientific name F. zippelianus (named after the plant collector Zippelius), Loh Kwek Leong (Singapore) proposed the vernacular name “zipper moss”.
F. crispulus is a delicate Fissidens moss with relatively small leaves (around 2 mm long) on relatively long stems (up to 3.5 cm)
4 in stock
Quantity: Small bunch on rock
Light requirement: Low to Medium
Plant positioning: On driftwoods, Rocks, etc.
CO2 requirement: Low to Medium
Plant difficulty level: Easy
Plant Propagation: using moss cuttings.
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