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J&L Aquatics has them. but since you (or one of your alter ego's) said you were going there yesterday I'm sure you found it by now.
 

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I am fairly sure that flowerpots refer to goniopora or alveopora corals... These are very pretty as well but keep in mind that goniopora sp. tend to die after a while for no reason...
 

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oh, ok srry for my confusion lol thxs for telling me some people in the pet stores wouldn't even know that
We forgive you for being confused :)
I would be too if I had all those alter egos to
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lol ya It's annoying because I walk into Big Al's and ask what type of fish it is and they just stand there stunned lol
 

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Flowerpot (Goniopora sp.) and sun corals (Tubastraea sp.) are entirely different types of corals.

Flowerpots, as mentioned, are relatively easy but many die suddenly and seemingly without reason. Sun corals are advanced corals requiring daily direct mouth feeding.
 

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We forgive you for being confused :)
I would be too if I had all those alter egos to
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LOL! Good one, Sherry!! The comment seems to have gone over Hailey's head but for anyone on Canreef, its a hoot! Hailey, good luck with the search for the sun coral... I guess the one you were going to get for $30 from J & L wasn't what you were looking for???
 
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