"Anchor moss" is still not exactly identified, but it can be said that it is a species of the genus Vesicularia. It was brought onto the market in around 2006 (or earlier) by Bioplast company in Singapore.
"Anchor moss" has dense broad ramifying stems, whose lateral shoots grow in an almost exact right angle. Its colour is a far lighter shade of green than that of almost all other aquarium mosses. When attached to driftwood or rocks it forms nice compact cushions, whose shoots remain interlinked.
As there are no detailed descriptions available, "anchor moss" is difficult to discern from similar, hitherto unidentified Vesicularia forms in the hobby.
To be continued...
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