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Old 08-29-2014, 08:42 PM   #1
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What is the Green "Grass" in Aquariums Called?

Hello! Today I was taking a look at others tanks on here and was wondering what that green carpet of moss is called that you guys/girls grow at the bottom of the tank. The bottom of my tank is a little plain and I was hoping to add some color to the tank. Would bottom feeders like corys still be able to bottom feed if I had it? Any answer is welcome!
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Dwarf hairgrass?
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Special fishy happy grass?

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Thank you! Dwarf hair grass is what I was looking for. Would my bottom feeders have a hard time with it?
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Thank you! Dwarf hair grass is what I was looking for. Would my bottom feeders have a hard time with it?
It's a very high demand plant, high light, ferts and co2. Your bottom dwellers won't mind any plants you add. Check out dwarf sag or narrow leaf chain sword, it's like small tents for corys!

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Thanks for the reply! Good to know my bottom feeders will be ok!
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