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Old 03-02-2004, 01:35 AM   #11
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I had a Green Gonipora sp., which are also called daisy polyps sometimes, and they started to die off some, so I moved them higher in the tank with lots of flow and they are coming back at an astonishing rate! 8O

Like BriscO said "They blow like palms in a hurricane and seem to love it"
Thats exactly how I would describe my Gonipora.

Im pretty sure these do better in higher flow areas. Plus Gonipora are reportedly more difficult to keep then their cousin Alveopora, so you may have some hope!

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Old 03-02-2004, 10:59 AM   #12
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Im pretty sure these do better in higher flow areas. Plus Gonipora are reportedly more difficult to keep then their cousin Alveopora, so you may have some hope!
That is actually the reverse, alveopora are slightly easier to keep than gonis. Gonipora = 24 tentacles per polyp, alveopora = 12 tentacles per polyp.
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Old 03-02-2004, 02:22 PM   #13
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I actually got a decent shot of my daisy polyps that I have been refering to in this posting.
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I'm confused, which one is this?
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Now I'm really confused, none of my pics are being posted. LOL
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Now I'm really confused, none of my pics are being posted. LOL
Make sue your pic is less than 100 KB and make sure you hit the add attatchment button let the pic upload and the page refresh then hit submit.
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Sorry, didn't mean to confuse you, the pic posted above is of Clavularia sp.
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trying again
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