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Old 06-23-2011, 04:15 PM   #21
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Nice tank. I love the mushrooms.
But the purple ones are my favourite
At this point I really don't have any favorites., to me they'll all be but a single flower in a garden,...thank you
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:05 PM   #22
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Just thought I'd try a couple of close up pictures ., hope they turn out ok :- )
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:10 PM   #23
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Very nice Ricordeas. They are my favorites.
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Very nice Ricordeas. They are my favorites.
Mike can you identify the mushroom in the 3rd picture? She's rather illuminating,... Thanks,dary
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They almost look like blue mushrooms with some lighting on them. You must have some strong lighting. Maybe some shimmering from your lighting. Mine in the pic below will look like it depending on the angle you are standing at. It could be some mutant type mushrooms also.LOL

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They almost look like blue mushrooms with some lighting on them. You must have some strong lighting. Maybe some shimmering from your lighting. Mine in the pic below will look like it depending on the angle you are standing at. It could be some mutant type mushrooms also.LOL
You know mike ,..I even blocked out the light over the top of the mushroom and it still was glowing,...maybe a" Chernobyl blue?" Lol
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Mike can you identify the mushroom in the 3rd picture? She's rather illuminating,... Thanks,dary
Looks like it could be Rhodactis Purple Green Speckled.Go to www.atlanticseafarms.net and take a look.
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Looks like it could be Rhodactis Purple Green Speckled.Go to www.atlanticseafarms.net and take a look.
Rick.., by George you might be onto something there... Thanks
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Just thought I'd try a couple of close up pictures ., hope they turn out ok :- )
They turned out more than ok.
Check these out, Dary, these are some of the shrooms I've been eyeing.
Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's DenŽ - Actinodiscus sp.
Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's DenŽ - Actinodiscus sp.
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They turned out more than ok.
Check these out, Dary, these are some of the shrooms I've been eyeing.
Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's DenŽ - Actinodiscus sp.
Drs. Foster and Smith Diver's DenŽ - Actinodiscus sp.
VGee,...those red ones are awesome, bright and beautiful.., the green ones look Like a piece of peppermint candy you'd just wanna pickup and eat,.... Boy I can just see my tank a year from now,.....help me mr. Wizard ,I think I'm turning into mushroom man!!!
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