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jeemann99
09/08/2015, 12:01 PM
I have a few of these and was wondering what it is for sure. Ricordia? and are they sought after?

Tweaked
09/10/2015, 02:34 PM
Just picked one up like it from a buddy - ricordea yuma

650-IS350
09/10/2015, 04:49 PM
Looks like a Red Yuma shroom

jeemann99
09/10/2015, 04:57 PM
more orange.

Thanks for the ID. My momma one is pooping heads of every other week

Tweaked
09/14/2015, 11:36 AM
more orange.

Thanks for the ID. My momma one is pooping heads of every other week

Just for those reading, Corallimorpharians (mushrooms) are actually in a class like anemones. The do not grow or poop new "heads"

Reproduction in Corallimorphs is achieved mainly vegetatively (budding, fission, pedal laceration), and the formation of colonies of clones is common for most species. Though it certainly occurs in nature, sexual reproduction involving the release of eggs and sperm by polyps of separate sexes is not well documented. Aquarium observations have so far been of egg release only, and there have not been any reports of new recruits of sexually produced offspring.