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    @billfish For smaller plants/moss I use an aquarium safe superglue gel, one that has an active constituent of Cyanoacrylate. It basically becomes inert when moist or wet on the wood/rock which does a good job attaching the plant. Also make sure it’s a superglue gel, I recently purchased some from Bunnings.For larger plants I use fishing line and remove once attached. The above options have worked for me. Cheers Chris
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    tdj5

    Duggyblu

    Hi and welcome to the site
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    Duggyblu

    Duggyblu

    Ee-tail catfish, Jade perch & common goldfish. Primarily for aquaponics but I have the six catfish in a 100 ltr aquarium inside the house.
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    For large plants fishing line works well and isn't very visible. For small plants i use superglue which works very well Bucephalandra are another epiphyte with many varieties, hygrophila pinnatifida is another Many people are also unaware that many/all stem plants can be attached to wood/rock. They won't attach to it with roots like epiphytes but will happily grow like that if secured properly provided there are sufficient nutrients in the water.
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    Thanks guys. Its much appreciated.
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