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    Here is a photo of my green fuzzy's with three little bleached out guys im guessing. What causes this and should i pull them off?


    Also my GF surprised me with this coral and im not exactly sure what it is. It opened at first on the top of the rock formation and then i moved it down into the bottom with lighter flow. The hydro is not plugged in atm. So just curious what it is and where i should put it.

    The lights are new PC's on my bio14

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    That coral is a goniopora, they are considered difficult to keep. Tried my luck with one at one point and was unlucky myself. Some people keep them for years though with no problem, i guess its a hit or miss, kinda like the elegance coral
    Jerry

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    It looks like they are new hairy mushrooms. Color is usually the last to come in.
    Justin


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    Well that would be sweet.

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    I also agree the white ones are new mushrooms. When they are dieing they will shrivel up and shrink.

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    I've had fuzzy mushrooms turn white when they are not getting enough light.

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