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Old 05-16-2012, 09:57 AM   #11
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I'm in New York. If really interested PM and we'll work something out. I have to research how to frag(I guess that's what it's called) the mushrooms off the rocks. There's literally 100's all over. From bottom(sand bed) to top near outlet. All colors and types. And my Yuma had babies if that makes sense. It moved over and now I have 5 including the original. I must be doing something right lol. I can't keep chaeto alive though lol.



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Those are the ones I can get pictures of! Tons more.
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Old 05-16-2012, 11:08 AM   #12
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wow dude , that's awesome!
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Old 05-16-2012, 04:38 PM   #13
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Your in for a challenge. At the rate you describe and the amount if them you will have a hard time keeping them to a reasonable population.

Mushrooms are very hardy. You can simply cut them off the rock with a razor or scalpel however the foot attached to the rock will grow into another mushroom. Best bet is to get a dremel and cut the sections of rock off. That the mushroom is attached too. Hard to kill them by fragging. Ive seen people put them in blenders and then put the soup in a dish to attach to some like rock rubble or just dump straight in the tank where the bits attach to rock and grow lol.
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Old 05-16-2012, 07:15 PM   #14
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I'm in New York. If really interested PM and we'll work something out. I have to research how to frag(I guess that's what it's called) the mushrooms off the rocks. There's literally 100's all over. From bottom(sand bed) to top near outlet. All colors and types. And my Yuma had babies if that makes sense. It moved over and now I have 5 including the original. I must be doing something right lol. I can't keep chaeto alive though lol.

Those are the ones I can get pictures of! Tons more.
Very nice shrooms !! Where in ny are you located ? I'm in long island . I also have a problem finding them in my lfs I'm willing to pick up .
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Old 05-16-2012, 08:20 PM   #15
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I'm overwhelmed with PM's lol. I'm gonna figure everything out, I need to learn how to take them off without damaging them. Then I have to figure a price and shipping method.
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I think mods should get first dibs...
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I'm overwhelmed with PM's lol. I'm gonna figure everything out, I need to learn how to take them off without damaging them. Then I have to figure a price and shipping method.
Well i was the first asker!! Haha i call dibs.

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Old 05-16-2012, 10:24 PM   #18
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I think mods should get first dibs...
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Well i was the first asker!! Haha i call dibs.

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And this is true...

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Post some pictures...you know that we all have a knack for seeing things in a photo..lol

By the way, I have red, green, blue, and a few that look greenish-brown. But I don't plan on selling or getting rid of mine...lol
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I was 2nd! Only need like 10 shrooms.
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