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- Dec 25, 2013
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great pics, thanks
Very good read! Thanks for sharing...
Thanks all! I suppose the love for shrooms is strong with all this response.Thanks for sharing Darwin!
In my experience, it's a relatively easy to care for piece. It doesn't need high light and most of the owners tend to keep them on the sandbed. I see no reason why it wouldn't do well in your care.So does the bounce require high light? Can it be put in a standard bio cube?
I think rhodactis sanctithomae is a St. Thomas shroom, which I've brought up why I don't think it's a st. thomas above. But it does make sense why we may think it's a sanctithomae, since the bounce is definitely somewhere in the bounce family. Perhaps it's a combination of the shaggy/ carpet rhodactus variety and shares the bubbly traits of st. thomas, making it some weird variety of its own?Nice write up Darwin! I was also curious about what kind of shroom the "bounce" type shrooms were. I thought it was simply a rhodactis that for some reason bubbled in certain conditions. Doing a little more research I think they may be a species of rhodactis, Rhodactis Sanctithomae. Not 100% positive but think it may be a possibility.
This is what I heard as well. I think it's Dr. Lee of Aquatic Gallery. I guess my next mission will be to find out the actual story behind this shroom. I do know Dr. Lee and can contact Mark and Ed.Whasn't Rommel's Tie Dye bought from the person who first imported it as the first JB though?