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Cibo

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Thats what I thought but when i ask i was told some long crazy name of what i forgot 2 min after i was out the store
 
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DEEPWATER

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alveopora ,,,or daisy/flower pot coral ,I have the same one ,white in color they are more the branching type
 
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Cibo

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Before i bought it i to the seller what my setup was and what was doing well in my tank he said it would do fine i was looking for a little more indept care, it was not like i bought it to keep until it dies.!
 

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Cibo said:
Before i bought it i to the seller what my setup was and what was doing well in my tank he said it would do fine i was looking for a little more indept care, it was not like i bought it to keep until it dies.!
But if you researched yourself, you would find out that Gonipora is a hard to keep coral.
People will tell you anything to make a sale.

Did they tell you about placement, lighting & feeding?

I suggest using the search function on this site & give it the best care you can, now that you already have it.


It might be Alveopora, but you need to post a clearer picture.
 

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Phil, not sure if that is gonipora. Cibo's picture is not that clear. Might be an alevopora which does quite well.
But, I hear ya. Impulse, impulse, impulse.

If I had a dollar for every implulse buy I've seen in petshops before knowing how to care for da stuff I'd be a rich dude...
 

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Cibo said:
I looked it up it is alevopora....
If it is really Alevopora, it's not that hard. But still you should feed your tank religiously. Same as you would feed a cat or dog everyday and upon vacation ask someone tank sit for you.

Can't tell if yours' are white, green or yellow-can you verbally discribe it?
 

ezee

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Reefman,

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whats the diff between the gona...pora n the Alevopora besides the length of the tentacles?
Goniopora are typically difficult to keep and have specialized requirements (dirty water, lol). Alveopora have a significantly better track record.

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