Got my first Shroom....

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and it broke my Jaw :)
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looks cool man but unless that hermit is waaay oversized....that's a little small...I really hope it survives man, good luck! Awesome shroom for sure.
 

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congrats on that amazing shroom mines looks to be about the same size :smile:

Your shroom is about 4 times that one :) The baby that was just born a month ago in my tank looks like his. And don't worry Tyrell, it should be just fine. Just keep your numbers in check.
 
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Thanks guys.
I did not find anything on caring for shrooms soo....
1. Can I feed it?If so what, and how often?
2. What type of flow do they like(have mine in low right now and it seems happy)?
3. I have a 150w MH sunpod over my 29Bc, where would a good spot for it be(i'll get a picture of my set-up for this question)?
 
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low-medium flow, some like lots of light others like low light. mine will eat pellets, and mysis and anything else that will sit on them long enough to eat. but i wouldnt feed it more than 2-3x a week..
 

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Thanks guys.
I did not find anything on caring for shrooms soo....
1. Can I feed it?If so what, and how often?
2. What type of flow do they like(have mine in low right now and it seems happy)?
3. I have a 150w MH sunpod over my 29Bc, where would a good spot for it be(i'll get a picture of my set-up for this question)?

Growth is slow and I've never seen my jawbreaker eat anything, even though I tried for a couple of weeks straight. Mine are still small though, not sure about an adult.
low to medium flow
low to medium light. I'd leave it in low light. when I first got mine it bleached out on me from too much light and flow. took a month to get it's color back. Good luck and great pick up!
 
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