Terrarium Moss - 15-20 gal.
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All Natural Terrarium Moss is ideal for frogs, salamanders, toads, green snakes, and all moss-environment species.Size:For 15-20 gallon terrariums.
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Rating: 4

Good moss

posted 6 years ago

I sometimes use this for my ball python to keep moisture in his tank and to look pretty. I find that as long as the moss stays moist, there is no problem. However, if you let it go too long, it shrivels up and disinegrates

Pros: Cost

Cons: dries fast

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