Neon Green Goniastrea Coral
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Aussie Neon Green Goniastrea Coral

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Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1" to 2", Medium 2" to 4", Medium/Large 4" to 5-1/2", Large 5-1/2" to 7", XLarge 7" to 9"

Brilliant Neon Green Goniastrea is a very easy to care for coral. It is in the large family of brain corals, also by many called Favia corals. This one is an awesome eye popping neon green. The neon color makes this one a true reef tank beauty. Excellent for the beginner reef aquarium, it just looks great!

Difficulty Easy

Aggressiveness Goniastrea Coral is semi-aggressive in temperament and will expand its sweeper tentacles at night well beyond the base. It is important to leave space between the Coral and neighbouring corals in the reef aquarium.

Water-flow Low-Medium water flow.

Lighting This type of coral is very beautiful and adds some much needed color to any reef and coral aquarium. Under the right type of lighting you will also see several notes of yellow in the coral. In order to make the most of its coloration it needs to be under LED lighting or under Hybrid T5/LED lighting. In order to keep this type of coral healthy you need to have a light that provides at least 3 watts per gallon of water.

Placement Low to Mid Level.

Diet and Feeding At night their feeding tentacles extend on the inside edge of each polyp. If you feed them regularly with frozen PE Mysis, some marine snow and phytoplankton too they will reward you with fast growth.

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