Help mushrooms multiply

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I’ve had a nice big Actinodiscus in my tank for about 8 months now, it’s gone from the size of a dime to about the diameter of a tennis ball. I’ve heard the best way to get them to multiply is by having them move because they leave behind smaller mushrooms (Laceration). What’s the best way of doing this if I’m not able to move my rocks. Thanks
 
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If you are trying to get it to remove from a rock iot start Fragging it, a small power head or pump with a hose pointing at the mushroom will usually make it release. Don't blast it to eternity, just enough to make it uncomfortable
 

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