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Old 09-29-2004, 07:14 PM   #11
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Here is a quick and dirty directions.
http://www.nano-reef.com/forums/show...ht=propagation
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Old 09-30-2004, 01:05 AM   #12
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How do you ship these mushrooms? My seem to multiply overnight. I had the same problem with frogspawn, but the lfs traded out with me for different coral.
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i have never shipped corals before but I heard that thermos trading with frags is popular.

basically you put the frag to be traded in a bag filled with tank water. Place bag inside thermos and ship. The person you are trading with does the samething. I think you keep the thermos after the trade to be used again for the next thermos trade.

Or you can ship the corals in a bag of water placed inside a styrofoam box with a heat pack (depending on the weather)

People usually ship next day or overnight or something.
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I have several shrooms in my tank , and they have propagated several times on their own. I have 4 VHOs (2-blue, 2 white total 440 watts ) on 55 gal. My shrooms are about midway in moderate to high flow and appear do fine. If you wish to propagate them check out GARF web site they have excellent documents on propagation.
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What type of fish will eat mushrooms. Will dwarf angels, butterflies, or tangs eat them
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