Advertisement Hi all. I'm a new hobbyist, so this may be a very rudimentary question, but I'd appreciate any feedback that you've got to offer. I'm in the process of purchasing a B. smithi and I would like to get her enclosure set up before she arrives. I'm using coconut coir for substrate, and I would like to add a little moss to punch up the enclosure. However, I'm a little worried about purchasing moss, because the options I've seen so far are somewhat vague about secondary materials included with the moss. Based on the reading I've been doing and a lot of the threads I've seen in the forums here, the general consensus is obviously that moss is safe for B. smithis. However, I've also been reading that some types of wood, such as cedar, are clearly dangerous for Ts. I'm worried that if I purchase moss at a pet store, or even online, it might contain something that will compromise my smithi's health (a lot of the moss available indicates that it may contain "twigs", etc., but does not specify what kind; a lot of it also seems geared toward reptiles rather than tarantulas, so I'm not sure if the sellers have taken Ts' health needs into consideration). Long story short, I'm wondering if anyone has had any negative experiences with certain types of mosses, or certain companies that sell it. Is it generally safe to use the moss that they sell at pet stores (this brand, for example)? I've noticed that sphagnum moss seems to be a favorite; would you suggest buying organic, or is there much of a difference? Alternatively, am I perhaps overthinking the issue? Thanks very much in advance!