They say that the branched Goniopora (pandoraensis) from Indonesia is fairly hardy. But in all honesty this is one specimen that should be left in the sea. The one or two that do survive are kept by well matured salty dogs who know there bananas.I saw Goniopora for the first time today. Is it impossible to keep as most articles say ??
Yipi have had mine for a few years now, please dont ask what the secret is, as i cant tell because i honestly dont know. I do know they can be fine up to a year and then go into decline.Have anyone tried keeping goniporia and have anyone been successful in keeping goniporia? The reason I ask, is that I have one, and for the past 4 months so far, it seems to be faring quite well - increasing in size and all.... I know it is a VERY short time period still, BUT, I am optimistic that it will be with me for a very long time still?
Not at all, but remember there is about 60 odd fish in the system that are really well fed so always plenty of food around.Alan - do you target feed your goni's?
True, but not the best pic either, will try find better ones.Sorry to say, not the prettiest coral
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