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The East African Collector Crew

These packages includes 13 species, all from the seas of East Africa. This selection was created for the aquarist looking to create a biotope from this area, or the Red Sea which contains many of these species due to its close proximity. 

Our Collector Crews are for the hobbyist who wants to add more diversity to their tank, and some curiosities. They are not as cost effective as our other cleanup crew packs, but offer a greater mix of species to enjoy. 

The contents of these crews change with availability. Unlike our regular crew packages we sometimes run out of stock on the species in these crews. As a result, the cart process for these crews is different. When you click the Add to Cart link on a package below it will stock each species individually in your cart, and if one is out of stock you will get a notice at the top of the page, in a yellow box. At this time, the link will clear your current cart, and add the clean up crew package. This is to prevent double ordering, we may change this in the future. 

Scroll down to find your tank size, and click to expand and see the clean up crew package. 

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

8 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

6 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

2 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

2 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

4 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

6 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

2 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

8 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

6 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

2 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

2 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

4 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

8 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

3 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

9 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

6 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

2 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

2 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

5 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

8 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

3 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

9 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

6 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

5 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

8 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

3 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

10 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

7 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

9 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

3 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

12 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

7 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

9 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

12 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

3 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

7 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

12 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

4 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

7 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

9 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

12 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

3 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

4 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

7 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

9 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

1 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

13 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

4 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

9 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

15 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

4 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

9 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

15 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

5 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

9 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

6 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

15 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

5 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

10 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

7 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

17 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

5 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

11 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

7 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

10 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

4 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

1 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

17 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

1 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

5 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

11 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

3 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

3 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

7 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

13 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

5 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

18 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

4 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

6 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

13 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

4 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

4 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

8 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

15 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

6 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

18 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

6 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

13 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

4 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

4 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

8 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

13 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

5 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

18 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

7 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

14 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

4 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

4 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

8 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

13 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

5 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

22 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

8 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

15 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

4 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

4 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

9 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

15 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

6 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

2 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

25 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

5 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

8 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

15 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

5 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

5 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

10 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

17 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

7 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

3 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

28 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

2 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

8 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

17 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

5 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

5 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

10 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

17 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

7 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

3 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

2 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

30 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

3 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

9 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

18 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

5 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

5 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

10 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

18 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

7 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

3 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

3 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

35 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

6 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

7 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

3 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

10 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

20 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

6 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

6 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

11 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

21 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

8 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

3 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

3 Giant Knobby Creeper - or Giant Nodulose Creeper is the largest Cerith snail in the world. Growing to just over 4 inches in length, these snails fulfill the role of a conch and turbo snail at the same time. This species will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and hair algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks.

42 East African Cerith - snails range in size from an inch to 1.25''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. They are slightly beefier than Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

8 Prickly Ceriths - snails grow to a stocky 2''. These snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano and algae in the substrate mostly, but will also clean glass and rocks. This deeper water species is about twice the length and four times the mass of the common Stocky, Cortez, and Florida Ceriths.

9 Crowned Turbo - grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is especially good at removing hair algae, but will also consume film algae and diatoms. This species will also eat some turf and complex algae, it resides on hard surfaces.

3 Tiger Conch - are excellent cleaners, and substrate stirrers.

11 Nassarius margaritifer - Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.

22 Bumble Bee Snails - Bumble bee snails will consume leftover fish food and detritus in your aquarium. They may also feed on vermetid snails.

8 Money Cowrie - The Money Cowrie is a small cowrie, topping out at about the size of a nickel, although oval in shape. An active cleaner that will spend much of its time on the glass and rocks.

8 Blue Eyed Hermit - An attractive addition to the reef tank that will eat hair algae and leftover fish food. They grow to inhabit 2 inch shells.

15 Yellow Foot Hermits - The Yellow Foot Hermit will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyanobacteria. The species has variable coloring and even banding, but they all have yellow tipped legs.

25 Ox Tongue Nerite - Imported from Africa, the Ox Tongue Nerite eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. Very hardy under normal water conditions.

10 Tent Snail -Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species from Africa that is similar to the popular Banded Trochus but hardier.

3 African Trochus - A large Trochus snail from East Africa that eats diatoms, cyano, algae and detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank.

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