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Old 08-25-2011, 08:10 AM   #311
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Just wondering cause lately I've been getting interested in mushrooms, if they do start to spread and I want to move them or take them out of the tank for any reason, is it hard to get them off the lr? Sorry if that's a dumb question, I just know nothing about them or much about corals and I've heard people super glue coral frags
its not like youre going to wake up one morning and theyre in your living room looking for your cat,....fast growing is a realitive term.... a razor blade could be used to snip one off a rock,... yes,superglue can be used to glue them to a frag or rock,.... i think the beauty of a mushroom colony is to just let'em go and do their thing,...some of mine are loose and ill just put them into a indentation in a rock and theyll just kinda suck themselves into it,....kinda fascinating little critters to watch....hope you get some!
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Oh okay, I just think I'm gonna get some soon but I don't want them to cover all the lr before I get a chance to buy more coral lol but there are some really nice purple ones at my lfs and I've seen some realty cool looking ones in some of the pics here
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And I really don't like the idea of gluing stuff to the rocks, I think they should go wherever makes them happy
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Old 08-25-2011, 01:06 PM   #314
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Oh okay, I just think I'm gonna get some soon but I don't want them to cover all the lr before I get a chance to buy more coral lol but there are some really nice purple ones at my lfs and I've seen some realty cool looking ones in some of the pics here
You can't go wrong with mushrooms IMO
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ive been running a 75 gallon tank but the new one will be a 135 ,..more room to put more stuff
Nice bigger is always better lol
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I saw...I wanted...I bought lol
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I saw...I wanted...I bought lol
Good for you,... As a rule,..place them low in the tank,...subdued lighting and lower water flow,...and they should be happy ....
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Okay good to know, thanks
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It was 15 bucks and the rock they came on as really nice coralline on it
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It was 15 bucks and the rock they came on as really nice coralline on it
You did good .... ..... Another mushroom garden has started.....
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