The Peach Goniopora is an LPS coral (Large polyp stony) which is commonly called a flowerpot coral due to its resemblance to a bouquet of flower.
They can adjust to a wide range of lighting however, flow is very important to maintain optimum health, as the flow will keep detritus from settling on them.
In addition to this, it will also require the correct levels of Calcium, Alkalinity, and Magnesium along with various other trace elements found in natural seawater.
Additional feeding is advised to maintain its health
They may feed on micro-plankton and very fine coral foods.
Be sure to keep an eye on your nutrient levels though, as excessive nutrients can cause it to lose colouration.
Care Level - High
Flow - Medium
Lighting - Medium
Temperament - Peaceful
Due to variations within species, your frag may not look identical to the image provided.
Photos taken under blue lights with the DD coral lens