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Acropora crabs live among the branches of stony corals where they protect the coral from invertebrates, and the coral protects the crab from fish. In aquariums, they generally serve as a curiosity.
The Blue Porcelain crab (Petrolisthes galathinus) will consume bits of food that are in your water column, capturing them with their webbed appendages that they wave throughout the day. An attractive reef safe crab often found in groups.
The Bongo Shrimp, Phyllognathia ceratophthalma, is a tiny shrimp that feeds on live starfish. They are sometimes used to reduce Asterina starfish populations that have gotten out of control, but mostly they are an attractive addition to a nano or pico tank.
The Collector Urchin is a type of pincushion urchin from the South Pacific Ocean found in deep water. They are multicolored and an attractive addition to large reef tanks, but they can scratch acrylic and wear items to camouflage themselves that you may prefer they leave alone.
We carry a few different species of Elysia and Oxynoe under this listing. They are all small sacoglossan slugs that will grow to one inch maximum. Read the full description on these guys.
This product is for flat branched species and variations of Gracilaria species. They tend to be forked, and grow in a ball like shape and stay manageable in size and growth rate.
The tiny White Spotted Sea Hare or the Freckled Sea Hare variation of Aplysia parvula that maxes out just over an inch in size. This filamentous algae consumer needs special care - PLEASE READ.
This is a medium-sized Giant Marine Hermit, that will grow to be a beast, over 12 inches long, and capable of inhabiting Florida's largest shells. They are currently about fist sized.
Also known as the golden boxer shrimp, this little guy does not do much tank cleaning, but makes for a hardy and interesting addition to the aquarium. Mated pair.
This is a new species to us and the hobby, we believe it is a variation of Gracilaria or Agardheilla, but have not been able to confirm its identity. The species lives alongside Ulva and Gracilaria species, and has similar requirements.
Green Gracilaria is a green colored macro algae with cylindrical shaped branches. It is easily cared for, doing well in low light. It can be served as a food to Tangs and other herbivorous fish.
The Lightning Dove Snail will consume film algae, diatoms, fine hair algae, algal detritus and some species of cyanobacteria in your aquarium. They prefer hard surfaces but will spend some time on the sand.
Lima Shrimp are tiny shrimp that live commensally with Flame Scallops, also known as File Clams. They will eat small pieces of meat based foods, like fish flakes and sinking pellets as well as particles of frozen foods.
Mime Crabs, or Epialtid Crabs are related to decorator crabs, but do not wear camouflage on their back, rather they rely on their color and shape to blend in. This item is for one random species of Mime Crab. See full description.
Pink Galaxy (Galuxaura rugosa) is a semi rigid dome shaped macroalgae that is just incredible looking. Growing to over 4 inches in diameter it can be attached to any surface in your tank, and will be easily kept requiring little light to survive.
The Pleated Sea Squirt is one of the few tunicates that are easy to keep in captivity. They filter food from the water column using a siphon, and attach naturally to rock work.
The Ragged Sea Hare, can grow to about five inches long and is pretty large at adulthood. Good at certain types of hair algae, film algae, and even some cyano like the Lyngbya spp.
This listing is for one random premium Ricordea polyp, (Ricordea Florida). It requires moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals. Orange/Rainbow/Yellow or Multi Colored.
Zoas, as they are known in the hobby are popular among aquarists because of their bright colors. Frag of 10+ Zoanthids. If you order more than one we will do our best to send you different morphs if available.
Zoas as they are known in the hobby are popular among aquarists because of their bright colors. Frag of 25+ Zoanthids. If you order more than one we will do our best to send you different morphs if available.
Zoas, as they are known in the hobby are popular among aquarists because of their bright colors. Frag of 30+ Zoanthids. If you order more than one we will do our best to send you different morphs if available.
Zoas, as they are known in the hobby are popular among aquarists because of their bright colors. Colony of 50+ Zoanthids. If you order more than one we will do our best to send you different morphs if available.
A very small crab whose oddly shaped claws and thick carapace give this crab the shape of well, a box. This species is not reef safe and should be kept in a special tank or refugium.
The large spider conch is a striking addition to the aquarium. It sports a unique shell that can spiral out to 9 inches, but the bulk of the conch is about 3 inches high and 4 inches long when an adult.
The is the Antillean Sponge Crab, (Cryptodromia antillensis). This nocturnal crab relies on camouflage to survive. They are usually wearing a sponge on their head, but this particular crab is naked. You can see the fine hairs on her exoskeleton.
The Spotted Dove Snail (Pyrene fasciata) will consume film algae, diatoms, fine hair algae, algal detritus and some species of cyanobacteria in your aquarium. They prefer hard surfaces but will spend some time on the sand.
Stocky Cerith snails range in size from an inch to 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate as well as on rocks, and glass in your aquarium.
Suction Cup Caulerpa is a prolific green macro algae that can sometimes spread to quickly and overrun your tank. It is also difficult to remove, but has potential in macro tanks.This species cannot be sent to California.