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So over a year ago I created these bounce mushrooms when I left a baby mushroom in high lighting and high flow. The mother never had any yellow bubbles before. I know some importers have been getting a few of these recently, and was wondering if they have an actual name.


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Looks like regular hairy mushroom to me. Just saying

This is the mother with the rhodactis below it for reference. Cali kid corals has sold a couple exactly like mine, but not sure if he named his either. A couple other places have been selling similar ones for the $200 range. So its not just a hairy mushroom






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Dang it...should have kept the rocks I had full of them instead of letting them dry. Would have been worth a gazillion.
 
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Dang it...should have kept the rocks I had full of them instead of letting them dry. Would have been worth a gazillion.
I guess i got lucky when some developed bubbles. The normal ones arent worth all that much. Crazy how something so common can change slightly and be worth so much more


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Anyone can rename a mushroom. Its all about the marketing. Mushrooms are still popular, but I think many of the high priced ones are coming down. You may get some takers.
 
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Anyone can rename a mushroom. Its all about the marketing. Mushrooms are still popular, but I think many of the high priced ones are coming down. You may get some takers.
Not planning on selling them, but when i did sell one for $45 last year it kinda was a smack in the face when i saw one being sold for over $200. The seller makes the coral quality, not the coral itself i guess


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Not planning on selling them, but when i did sell one for $45 last year it kinda was a smack in the face when i saw one being sold for over $200. The seller makes the coral quality, not the coral itself i guess


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Yeah doesn't it suck haha but I definitely agree with you.
 
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