ID please?

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  1. Tobes

    Tobes Retired Moderator

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    ID please? This thingy is about as big as a new 20c coin, it just started to grow in my tank.
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    Could be a funghia cycloseris, might have to wait till it grows a bit though
     
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    OR: it could possibly be a Heliofungia..... BUT I agree - unfortunately the shape might change, and it could be a "slipper coral"...
     
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    this morning i have drunk too much perc coffee and everything is humerous, and this discussion looks as if you should say, put two disprins in the tank and if you cannot identify it over the weekend call me on monday! ps it looks like a fuzzy mushroom(mandarinmans highly technical description)
     
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    Dude that has got to be one of the most technical descriptions I have ever seen ! But I second MM on this one !
     
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    looks like a Halomitra pileus
     
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    My bet is on a fungia sp
     
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    hey why did the two mushrooms go to a party......................................................................................................................................................cos they were fungis. oops mm back into my cage
     
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    Should I leave it or give it fresh air - permanently?
     
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    Keep it for a while Tobes. see what it grows up to be.
     

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