Let’s see those Bounces!

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  1. Hunter1036

    Hunter1036 Active Member

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    Let’s see all of your beautiful bounce mushrooms! Here is mine to start it off! IMG_7944.JPG IMG_7948.JPG
     
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    jsker Reefing is all about the adventure Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Partner Member 2019 Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor

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    Very nice
     
  3. Carley

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  4. Hunter1036

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    Amazing! How long have you had that one?
     
  5. Carley

    Carley Active Member

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    About 4 months maybe? Here’s a progression picture IMG_7790.JPG
     
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    Carley Active Member

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    I just bought a circus bounce that I’m excited about. But he’s still in my shroom box to make sure he stays attached so I don’t have photos yet
     
  7. Hunter1036

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    I’ve learned that they are pretty fast growers. And dang! Make sure to post a pic when you get one
     
  8. Carley

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    For sure! I love mushrooms! They’re some of my favorites
     
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    Here is the mother colony mine care from. Not my pic but I had to share this beast IMG_7820.JPG
     
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    What do y’all feed yours?
     
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    Sweet! That’s a nice one
     
  13. Carley

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    I don’t feed mine to be honest. I tried reef roids awhile back but it made my tank grow algae so now I just let them do their own thing
     
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    I feed a mix of reef roids, phytoplankton, seachem “fuel”, and a small piece of rods reef food.
     
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    ADAM Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Partner Member 2019

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    iPhone pics, can’t afford good camera cause I have a coral addiction. Pics should be OG baby, god spawn double that are about to split again, and reef koi (between JB and pink Yuma turn away from camera angle). Not pictured is a large Sunkist that had closed up when putting some new frags in little while ago.

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    Picked this guy up yesterday :)

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    What is the difference between an OG bounce and any other bounce?

    I have one but for the life of me can't remember what the previous owner said. Been trying to figure it out haha!

    It's about the size of a nickel right now. Any thoughts?[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Does anybody know what determines bubble size? The mother mine came from has HUGE bubbles, and mine (less than a year old) has a lot of bubbles, but they’re small. I still love it tho!

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    Hey,
    Been off the forms for a little bit thought I would share my OG WWC BOUNCE. About 5” across with some monster bubbles on it. Grew this one from the size of a penny. It has split once and I sold the baby. Anyone have any idea how much this guy is worth? Contemplating selling it and getting a few smaller bounces/jawbreakers for more of an assortment.

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