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Thread: Splitting

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    Roughly two months ago my original green hairy mushroom had split into 3 different mushrooms. Two of them did fine but one wasn't looking so great so I removed it from the rock (where I removed the mushroom there is now another little mushroom growing). Between the two mushrooms, in which survived the original splitting, one of them is beginning to split again. The one splitting is about the size of a Canadian Loonie - Toonie. Is this a good sign that they are splitting alot?? Or a bad sign? What should I do? I now have three mushrooms and when this one is done splitting I will have four.

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    It's what mushrooms do. Soon you'll have them coming out of your ears. It's nothing to worry about and a sign they are getting what they need.

    - Bill
    90G Reef Build Thread

    90 Gallon Reef: Ocellaris Clowns, Midas Blenny, Ignitus Anthias, Various inverts
    20 Gallon SW Quarantine: Exquisite Wrasse
    10 Gallon SW Quarantine: Empty
    55 Gallon Community: Neon Tetras, Gold Neon Tetras, GloFish, Corydoras (paleatus & trilineatus), Otocinclus, Mollies, Platies, Apple Snails
    5 Gallon: Crowntail Betta, African Dwarf Frog

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    I wasn't sure if that was a good sign that they are doing it constantly cause they aren't even very big for Green Hairy Mushrooms. Thanks spudbuds! The more of them the better....or well I think so.

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    0 Not allowed!
    It's fine that they are splitting rapidly, some will split at different sizes and at different times. Generally split is a sign that something in the aquarium is right.

    Jake
    http://www.CoralifeSuperSkimmer.com

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