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Saltliquid
06/11/2015, 04:08 AM
The first pic is of the purple fluffy morphs I collected and put in mid last year.
http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/ss69/SEQdivespots/tanks%20and%20tubs%20after%20power%20outage/morph-a-_zpstlr3cfks.jpg

This second pic in January this year.
http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/ss69/SEQdivespots/tanks%20and%20tubs%20after%20power%20outage/morph-b-_zps7d5al6bn.jpg

This third pic is of them as of April after some I thought were being attacked, but now the ones up high are near gone, just fragments of the originals and these ones still them same today!
It may be my Led lights I turned up, then turned down?? I don’t know!
http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/ss69/SEQdivespots/tanks%20and%20tubs%20after%20power%20outage/morph-c-_zps5o3s4dd8.jpg

Any ideas??

organism
06/11/2015, 10:28 AM
I'm not sure why they turned like that but it's like the bounce mushroom bubbles, not unhealthy just a really cool morph. You probably have the rarest Lavender mushrooms in the hobby with those of they stay like that, what's your lighting and water parameters?

650-IS350
06/11/2015, 05:05 PM
Yep looks like a bounce morph... be prepared by people PM'ing you for a frag or offers to buy it from you... seriously not kidding.

Saltliquid
06/12/2015, 07:59 AM
I run mostly cool white and standard blue cree diodes but have a few true green, a couple of cyan, a couple of organge/red, I forget the others I had put in, but all are 80 degree 3 watt diodes.
My tanks are tiny and are all off one huge system and the flow in that tank is 3000 litres per hour and the tank is just under 80 litres.
The system I made is huge and is semi eutrophic with no chance of any nitrate or anything inorganic getting past it.
It’s too hard to explain or get you to understand.
So it seems like the common morphs I collected, morphed, lol
Oh and the morphs are spawning!