I have the eco-earth coconut substrate because I eventually plan on planting live plants when little guy grows up, and I get him a larger home....
So, yesterday I got some frog moss, the kind that you soak in water, and it comes back to life. I soaked it, and wrung it dry, it wasn't dripping or anything, and put it on top of the substrate.
When I was checking on it this morning, I noticed spots of white fuzzy mold appearing stuff along the edge where the moss would meet up with the glass.. It was only on the edges near the glass.. so I took out the moss, and just have the substrate in there for now. I also removed any sections of eco earth that had the white stuff on it.
Did I do the right thing? How can I have frog moss, and not have mold growth?
I know alot of people use paper towels, but I do plan on having a planted terrarium and really liked the look of the moss