Green Mushrooms with Attitude

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    My Green mushrooms are exploding in growth -all from one original I paid $16 for! Lilttle babies are getting dropped on the sand. I tried super gluing them to a rock and they are apprarently immune to super-glue. A couple hours later they detach from the rock no matter how much glue I use or how long I let it dry before putting the rock back in the tank. How can I attach the greenies to a rock?
     
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    I would suggest a small container with a screen over the top, throw some rock rubble in there and let them attach themselves.
     
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    +1 bl1
     
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    Hahaha...+1 Bj. :)
     
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    opps, my bad. its too early for this :) i havent had my coffee
     
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    Lol...I understand. :)
     
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    Waddi Shenanigans? VIP Member

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    I use string or fly netting if you know what i mean.
    But maybe the container might be easier.
     
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    Man sweet I'm getting +1's without even having to post :mrgreen:

    But +1 to BJ and Waddi
     
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    phastroh Do Not Listen To Me!!!

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    Wait a second! I have many corals that I have not glued on the would be impossible to glue out of the tank. I have glue and epoxy so I can do it underwater.

    Will it not work?
     
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