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    Free mushroom rocks and Halimeda

    I have a couple rocks with fairly plain green mushrooms. Both rocks are about 7" long. Fair warning: this particular variety of mushroom seems to multiply like CRAZY, hence why I'm giving a bunch away. Also, you can see some Aiptasia on the rock on the right, and I cannot guarantee there is none on the other rock.




    I think it's (way past) time to thin out the Halimeda.


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    Where are you located

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    And the Halimeda would be great for my wife's seahorse tank

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    I am in Conroe, just the other side of 1488 from The Woodlands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankc View Post
    I have a couple rocks with fairly plain green mushrooms. Both rocks are about 7" long. Fair warning: this particular variety of mushroom seems to multiply like CRAZY, hence why I'm giving a bunch away. Also, you can see some Aiptasia on the rock on the right, and I cannot guarantee there is none on the other rock.




    I think it's (way past) time to thin out the Halimeda.

    Wish I had your problem.


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    Come pick up one of these rocks, and it could be your problem too! lol

    It is unfortunate that the longevity and likelihood of propagation is inversely proportional to the price of a mushroom.

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    Just messaged you

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    Both mushroom rocks have been picked up, as well as some Halimeda. There is still plenty of Halimeda left.

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    Just wanted to say thank you again it was a pleasure meeting it's always cool to meet someone new in the hobby

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