LPS Coral Contest Amazeballs Goniopora

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  1. Andrew Kueng

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    Here’s my Amazeballs Goni for the LPS category. Fingers crossed it’s a good grower!

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    Is that photosynthetic?
     
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    Yes it is! This strand of Goni was found by Unique Corals and is crazy bright!
     
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    Update after Reef Roids and Fuel this week! Starting to get longer! IMG_9764.jpg
     
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    I've been feeding my Goniopora corals a mix of coral foods (Reef Roids, Reef Chili, etc.) twice a week for the last few weeks and they have responded very well.
    Keep it going!
     
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    That is really awesome! So is the yellow!
     
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    Wow, amazing color, what level in the tank are they. Med light , med flow?
     
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    That is a beautiful piece. Standard Goni's don't really do anything for me, but I would really like to get a frag of this!
     
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    Ya been constantly doing this with amino acids and been getting great extension and color!
     
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    Have them probably in lower to medium light and medium to high flow! Have all my gonis in the same place!
     
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    Blues, whites, anything this goni pops! Been one I've wanted forever!
     
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    Update picture. Getting longer polyp extension! F9D21EC2-F31B-4EE3-A4AF-FF805F4E52F3.jpeg
     
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    Late to the party.. amazeballs still trekking along

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