How to keep Goniopora healthy.

Discussion in 'Coral' started by Av8Bluewater, Jun 8, 2009.

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  1. Gresham

    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    Don't worry with the migration Cali is seeing I bet you'll get one of our good ones :lol:

    BTW long time no talk, hope all is well :)
     
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  3. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Hmmmm.....I suppose that depends on ones opinion of what is and what isn't "good" :lol:

    It has been TOO long hasn't it :D Glad to see you posting here again!
     
  4. Gresham

    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    We'll ship em off and you all determine if they're good or not :lol: Me, I'm looking for quicker commutes :lol:
     
  5. madlarkin

    madlarkin Peppermint Shrimp

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    Very interesting...one of my first corals way back when was a green branching flowerpot. Unfortunately, being new and just going by the LFS advice that it was "easy to keep" it ended up not making it. I did love it though, and have always wanted to keep one but haven't tried because the thought of killing it spooks me.
     
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    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    Sounds more like an alvi then a goni madlarkin. Got a pic?
     
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    madlarkin Peppermint Shrimp

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    Having just looked it up, the branching description might have been a bad one. I think it was just a metalic green goni.