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lou the reefer
03/08/2017, 01:00 PM
Do mushrooms and ricordia grow faster in dirty water or they just tolerate it better then other corals.
Thank you


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mighties_keeper
03/08/2017, 07:15 PM
The mistake is nothing does well in dirty water. Mushrooms will grow better in nutrient rich water better than super over filtrated water.

lou the reefer
03/08/2017, 07:52 PM
The mistake is nothing does well in dirty water. Mushrooms will grow better in nutrient rich water better than super over filtrated water.



Thank you for the clarification



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AlSimmons
03/10/2017, 11:12 AM
The mistake is nothing does well in dirty water. Mushrooms will grow better in nutrient rich water better than super over filtrated water.

What does this equal out to numbers wise though?

FWIW I've seen Mushrooms along with corals like Xenia and GSP in tanks where sps corals were thriving.

mnk9569
03/10/2017, 11:20 AM
I can attest to that I can't keep mushrooms alive in my display but Thur e in my nano s which is dirty water

lou the reefer
03/10/2017, 03:43 PM
I was just wondering if a mushroom would reproduce faster in a tank with dirty water than clean. I already now they can grow in a "cleaner water"


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jeremevans
04/04/2017, 02:18 PM
What does nutrient rich mean? Do they like higher phosphates?

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