The Green Goniopora is a beautiful coral to look at, and is one of the most prolific contributors to the world?s coral reefs. It grows really fast if bred in captivity as compared to the wild colonies. The Green Goniopora Frags need moderate light and intermittent water flow for making it comfortable in the given environment. It is semi aggressive in nature and needs a place away from neighboring corals in the aquarium. You will often see clown fish around these corals, as these fishes seek shelter in these Goniopora corals. The Green Goniopora has long, elegant polyps that are indisputably stunning and makes the coral a centerpiece in any aquarium. It generally feeds on flowing tiny zoo planktons and thus helps keep the aquarium clean and clear. Since the Green Goniopora is delicate and difficult to care and maintain, it is mostly recommended for advanced reef keepers. It thrives well in a temperature range of 77-84 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1, and moderate lighting. The Green Goniopora is known to make its own food with the help of photosynthesis. It is important to maintain correct calcium and alkalinity levels because that plays an important role in skeletal development. The Green Goniopora is best to place in moderate water flow with moderate to high light area of the tank.