[/b]Where in the world has everyone been on this forum? Anyway, I just bought a complete tank setup from one of my customers. Its a 29 gallon setup. The point of this story is I have heard from some of my customers that they have been told by other lfs
that red goniopora is very difficult to keep. Anyone still thinking so needs to come to my shop and check out this red goniopora that is in this 29 gallon aquarium that I bought back from one of my customers. It is to me with out a doubt the prettiest coral I have ever seen. This coral was purchased from my store about 3 1/2 years ago and has steadily grown since. By 6 in the evening it measures nearly 11 inches from one polyp to the other. I wont even try to describe its color but if I can beg, borrow, or steal a digital camera I will try to post a picture of it this week.
If in the past you have tried green goniopora and lost it, you might still want to try a red one, they seem to be MUCH hardier than the green ones.
If this coral does do well for you , you will be greatly rewarded with its beauty. Oh yeah, one other thing to keep in mind, use great caution when adding this coral in a tank that has clown fish in it as they may harass it to death!!!
Good luck. If any of you have tried this coral with or without success please respond to this thread and let me know. Thanks in advance, Dean McNutt.