Selaginella martensii Jori is a very unusual plant with a ferny, mossy appearance, it is not a true moss but rather a type of lycophyte, which are the oldest living vascular plants that date back to 410 million years ago, making them somewhat prehistoric and unlike most plants by design.
|Environment||Tropical & Temperate|
|Area||Mexico & Central America|
|Lighting||Bright indirect to Light Shade|
* These plants are generally renowned as safe to be eaten by reptiles, but please research to ensure they are suitable and safe for your specific species before use.