Mushroom identification

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  1. Meneer

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    I have quite a few of the brown ones, dunno what their name is either.

    Is the green one the same as the brown ones?

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    sorry for the hi jack, but what are those?

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    Metallic green and furry Brown.
     
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    lol got the same green shrooms.. Alias, that looks like feather duster worms. I got some awesome red ones but they dont open up properly.. Oh well lol. Good to see your tank coming along meneer. Where do you have the shrooms situated?
     
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    i have these all over my LR. glad they good and not bad

    hi jack over :)
     
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    They are on a piece of LR at the bottom of the tank.
     
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    Beautifull, they need lotsa light an little flow an they will open up fully.... I like the green one, have 2 of my own
     
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    Yeah - I adjusted my flow yesterday casue the pump furthest away from it kept making it curl over.
     
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    One of my pollups lost it's footing a few days ago, but I see it is now upright and stated opening. What shall I do with it? Must I take it out and stick it on something??

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    Best to take the polyp out and stick it to something before it gets blown around and vanishes.
     
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    Can I stick it with Superglue gel? That's what the folks reckon? Other option is glue gun.
    Not sure if the superglue works on wet areas though...
     
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    superglue gel is best. Gently dry the underside of the frag a bit before sticking.
     

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