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Any hope of moving these mushrooms?


vresor

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I've got one big and a few tiny St. Thomas Mushrooms growing among these beautiful Zoas. I can imagine pulling the rock out into a shallow dish and trying to cut the mushrooms off the rock. Knowing that the base generally gives rise to another mushroom, how likely am I to get them removed completely? Is it possible to scrape the rock clean enough that they won't grow back? Thanks.

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looks neat imo, but id say just cut them off and scrape them away like your talking about. or you can use a dermal and cut away some of the rock its footed on.

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CoralWhisperer

Man, that looks terrible, tell you what, Imma offer to help you out . . .

Send the entire thing to me, Ill take care of the problem and send you back a nice clean rock, Ill even pay the shipping . . .

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Maybe I'm making too much of this. So the process of chipping away the rock won't likely kill the zoas? And the chipped off mushrooms will survive the move?

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My goal here is to move the mushrooms, or at least the big one, to somewhere else and leave the rock to be grown over by the zoas.

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