ricodea, please help ID?

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  1. Petethefeet1

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    Hi Guys, I bought this from the LFS on Friday being sold as a mushroom. Can anyone confirm if this is ricodea and what type?
     
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    I might be wrong but I think it is a mushroom.
     
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    i have the same in red and green also sold to me as mushrooms
     
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    Looks like a Ricordea Yuma to me?
     
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    Yip, ricordea mushroom
     
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    ohhh thats pretty :)
     
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    everyone is right :thumbup:
    Ricordea Yuma = a Mushroom species
    This one look like it did not get a lot of light and might colour up in the future.
     
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    Told you! :tt2: What a score...:thumbup:
     
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    Be careful of the extra light; Yuma's are meant to not like a lot of light. They are often happiest out of direct lighting especially not MH. The also apparently like a slightly cooler temperature than most reef aquariums. (±24°)
     
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