Any pictures of Java Moss or other moss used on spiderwood to give tree like appearance?

Strider1520

I have two pieces of spiderwood in my tank that is giving my tank a "bare" appearance. I was thinking of using java moss or some other form of moss on the end of the branches to give a "tree" type appearance and with the height of the spiderwood should give me a green in center of tank. Does anyone have pictures of their moss used at the end of branches in tank? Any other ideas as well? Moss balls appear they would be too small to use in this application. Any thoughts and pictures will be GREATLY Appreciated! Thanks!
 

awilkinson871

You could get some anubius or java fern and glue/tie it to areas of the spiderwood expecially crevices and crotches. Once they attach it will look like they sprouted and add color/texture to the bare branches.
 
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ShannyB

I used spider wood and propagations from my windelov fern to make a "tree" in my 2.5 gallon.
 

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Strider1520

I used spider wood and propagations from my windelov fern to make a "tree" in my 2.5 gallon.

What an awesome look!!!!!! Fantastic!
 
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