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Rainbow Rhodactis


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  1. Rainbow Rhodactis Rainbow Rhodactis

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    Scientific Name: Rhodactis sp.
    Other Names: tonga mushroom
    Color: Green
    Status: Part of Current Collection
    Date Acquired: 03/12
    Availability: No Frags at This Time
    Difficulty: Easy
    Growth Rate: -
    Lighting: -
    Flow: Low
    Temperament: Semi-Aggressive
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    Just picked up this sweet mushroom. When I first glanced at it in Preuss's tank, I thought it was a sunset montipora but a closer look revealed a super colorful mushroom.

    63d404d4 - Rainbow Rhodactis
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    Sweet pick up Jim!

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    um wow! That is a hot shroom! GO SHROOMS!

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    Say Whaaat?

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    Nice one Jim ,I dont think I've seen one with that much color

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    Wow! Very cool!

    ~Fred

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Makes me wanna sing Beautiful!!!
    There's nothing like being a Reefer! www.upmmas.com

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    TheLittleMermaid - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Your lucky you found it before I could! Looks awesome!
    Just keep swimming, ...swimming, swimming....

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    Its getting better looking by the day too.

    I just picked up another sweet shroom as well.... the Solid Gold Discoma. Once I get a good pic I will post it. I'm getting quite a collection...I'm up to 16 different mushroom morphs.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Its sort of ticked in the pic above. Once it expands and I guess they'd be called coralites (fuzz in the center of the polyp lol) extend, It does have a monti-ish look. Lets just say at first glance, I wasn't expecting a shroom when I took a closer look.

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