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6 Nano Luffy Moss Balls - 0.6" Marimo for Community Fish Tanks - Absorbs Nitrates & Provides Oxygen in Aquariums: Needs Minimal Care: Perfect for Neon, Tetra, Guppies, Playts & Molly
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What are the benefits of adding marimo to my aquarium? Overall, adding any living aquatic plants to your community fish tank is very beneficial. Plants do everything from oxygenating your tank and absorbing toxins to providing your pets with a beautiful natural environment. Marimo moss balls provide all of those great benefits while remaining compact in size and being incredibly low maintenance. How many nano marimo moss balls should I put in my tank per gallon? The quantity of marimo balls you want to incorporate depend on the size of your fish tank and how many fish you have. A one gallon betta tank with only one fish in it will only need a few nano marimos and maybe one or two supplemental plants. The larger the tank and the more fish, the more marimo moss balls you will need in order to be effective. One package of 6 Luffy Nano Marimo Moss Balls would suffice for a one gallon or even 2.5 gallon tank. At least ten nano marimo balls are recommended for 5 gallon tanks and at least 20 to 30 will be needed in a 10 gallon tank to make a significant impact (depending on how many fish you have). The very slow growth rate of marimo (5mm per year) means that you can add plenty without worrying about them overgrowing or taking over your tank. Because there is basically no disadvantage to adding marimo to your community tank and they take up such little space with minimal maintenance. you can add as many as you feel comfortable with and will only have a greater benefit. What do I do when the marimo balls first arrive? When your package of 6 Luffy Nano Marimo Moss Balls arrive, give them a quick rinse before placing them in your fish tank. The balls may float at first, but once they begin to absorb water, they will gain weight and sink to the bottom. Every so often, gently squeeze the marimo balls, roll them around in your hand for a bit to maintain the shape and then place them back in your aquarium.
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