A.C. Corals Late Saturday WYSIWYG.

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  1. Myk

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    This is our first crack at it here, so as we go along the pics will get better. The list is short this week as we were late getting this out and most of the pieces this week have already sold locally.

    It is cold up here in NH. this weekend, but the week coming up is looking good and we expect it to be possible to do some shipping mid week if needed and local delivery is always no problem. :)

    Featured this week are some really nice Credabel Coral Lab pieces. We have already sold a bunch, but will get more in soon!

    Below pics taken under 3 ATI Blue Plus, 1 ATI Actinic and 1 Kessil A160
     
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    Sunshine Palys. $5.00 per polyp

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    Neon Fungia. $69.00

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    Credabel Coral Labs Rasberry Slurpee Goni. $79.00

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    Credabel Coral Labs Four Horsemen Favia. $59.00

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    Grinch Porites. $49.00

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    Biota Palau Green Nepthea. $89.00

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    Cortez Favia. $39.00
     
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    Hi

    I have a well established SPS dominated tank and have had trouble keeping Goni’s alive more than 1 year.

    How would you grow out the Goni you have for sale here?

    Thanks
     
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    Hello,

    You are in a good position to keeping goni's since you already have an SPS dominant tank.

    It may sound simple, but feeding and trace elements along with the basics of course should bring you long term success with the goniopora.

    Most of the goni's that we carry in the shop are aquacultured and are already well adapted to aquarium life. Justin Credabel's Goniopower from TLF is a good food targeted to the goni's. We have also seen really good results with ESV Transition Elements not just in the growth of goniopora, but across the board in our store system and service clients aquariums.
     

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