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Goniopora stutchburyi
Name: RG Red Daisy Goniopora stutchburyi
Genus: Goniopora
Type: LPS

Photo Courtesy of: Reef Gen
Color: Red, Gold
Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
Flow: Medium
Lighting: Medium

Arguably our favorite Goniopora of all time, this beauty is jaw dropping under both white and blue lighting. It is a fast growing low-lying Goniopora that encrusts out like a fluffy monti. Our Red Daisy Goniopora stutchburyi has been carefully cultured in captivity for many years. It is consequntly a very hardy and adaptable Goniopora that will grow and flourish without a doubt. Wild gonioporas often contain boring nuisance microfauna that weaken it, but our gonioporas haven’t had a scrap of wild tissue in them for many generations.

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