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Overview: Goniopora and Alveopora have gained great popularity in seawater-aquaria. Every typ of (Nano) Aquarium becomes an eye catcher with our popular FMC frags. The small frags are aquaculture by Fauna Marin from only the most gorgeous and brightest corals and then sold to affordable prices for everyone to have a chance to give one a new home in your aquarium.
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FMC Alveopora Rosegold V (Filter- + Daylight-Shot picture!)

"WYSIWYG" ("What You See Is What You Get") - Original coral pictures
You will get exactly the coral depicted on the photo.

 

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General information of Goniopora, Alveopora LPS-corals:

  • Scientific: Goniopora sp., Alveopora sp.
  • Common: stony coral
  • Origin: Indopacific, Australia
  • Size: up to 20 cm
  • Temperature: 75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
  • Feeding:Granules (LPS Grow and Color),Plankton, Dustfood (Coral Dust), Zooxanthellae / Light
  • Tank: >50 Liter

Goniopora and Alveopora have gained great popularity in the Saltwater aquarium hobby. Ultimately, they are not only outstandingly colored, but also bring movement into the aquarium - a great addition therefore for a reefaquarium.

The main difference between the two species is simple: Alveopora have 12 tentacles, Goniopora 24 tentacles.

Most of them thrive in a reefaquarium, yet some are still considered difficult today. Nevertheless, with the many additives we have to offer today, and the appropriate feeding, it is easier than ever to keep these astonishing corals.Our experience has shown that aquariums in which dustfoods are fed, Goniopora and Alveopora grow much faster and color up much nicer.

Gonioporas and Alveoporas should get a moving but never direct current, otherwise they will not open and might die.
They need medium light intensity and can therefore be established between the middle and bottom zone of the aquarium.
They are not quite as sensitive to water quality, but they should still be offered lower No3 and Po4 concentrations.

The identification 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." 

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