Item number FMC_166
US Style Primefrags® Alveopora yellow/green V (Filter- + Daylight-Shot picture!)
Several branches from this coral are available. These animals differ only slightly in form. You will receive an offshoot similar to the animal depicted in the photo.
The Fauna Marin US Style Primefrag® System is a new system which utilizes the new modern methods of US-style aquarium care. This system implements a simple and safe method which makes it possible to bring out extremely colorful corals while maintaining maximum color vibrancy and luster.
The new US Style Primefrag® System is easy to use, low in cost and designed especially for aquariums that use LED lighting as their primary source of light.
This system will also work well on aquariums using hybrid or pure T5 lighting.
The "HTU" documents are available for download in our download center. Here, we will gradually explain our products and provide tips on the seawater aquarium:
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General information of Goniopora- and Alveopora corals:
- Common: stony coral
up to 20 cm
75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
Granule like Ultra LPS Grow and Color
Zooxanthellae / Light
~ 300 Liter
Goniopora and Alveopora have enjoyed great popularity in aquarium care for many years. They are not only super colored, they also move - a good addition therefore for the sea water aquarium.
The main difference between the two species is simple: Alveopora have 12 tentacles, Goniopora 24 tentacles.
Some of them have a good shelf life and are often easy to reproduce.
Certainly not all species can be sheared over the same ridge, some are still considered difficult today. Nevertheless, with the many additives we have today, and the appropriate feeding, it is easier, than without.
We know that many people cover a part of their diet with light, but they are really fit and grow in species that can filter usable food out of the water.
Our experience has shown that aquariums in which dust food (planktonic) is added they grow better and stand better.
Gonioporas and Alveoporas should get a moving but never direct current, otherwise they will not open.
They need a medium light intensity and can therefore be established between the centre and ground level.
They are not quite as sensitive to water quality, but they should still be offered low No3 and Po4 concentrations in the water.
Experience has shown that you are better off with trace element additions and more frequent water changes.
This also indicates that, in addition to food, they can also absorb many other substances from the water.
The determination of the species is not easy despite good reference books.
To be able to do this 100% you would have to have a skeleton.
Therefore we have to classify species as "sp."