kimoyo said:People have said they are extremely hard to keep.
what do you have the goni eating?
I agree. Its the duration that counts. Dedication as well as knowledge is the key. keep it up dude!prattreef said:The other corals (Dendronepthea, non-photo Gorgonians etc) are the next frontier. Even large public aquariums and research facilities have not been able to claim success longterm. The article claims the animals have been in captivity for 2 months... this hardly qualifies as success in my book. Let's try 2 years... heck I'll take 1 year. Its not that I think advanced hobbyists shouldn't try, I just don't want novices to get the idea that this a doable propsition for all but the most experienced and dedicated aquarists. I would be nice though... they are gorgeous. Randy
jhale said:I bet if you were to dedicate a tank to just goni's you would not have to spend as much time on it. keep it in water it likes full of food :inlove:
Tonyscoots84 said::lol2: when next year :joke: