Orders placed today will ship Wednesday, June 7th. Later dates available by request.
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Out of Season
10 Macro Frag Special
This package will consist of 10 random macro algae frags, which are smaller portions of our regularly stocked macro algae. Banned in California.
5 Red Mangrove Seeds
Removes Nitrate, and Chemical Contaminants. Serves as a habitat for smaller organisms and fish.Sold as propagules (seeds).
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.
Assorted Cleaning Shrimp*
This listing is for Urocaridella and Ancylomenes cleaning shrimp that are small ornamental shrimp whose markings, and lack thereof, help it to blend into the background. They may serve as a cleaner shrimp, that will remove dead scales from your fish.
Assorted Smaller Conchs
Imported conch species that have a maximum adult size of 3 inches, they consume diatoms, detritus and fine hair algae.
Assorted Smaller Conchs*
Imported Juvenile specimens of conchs that have a maximum adult size of 3 inches, they consume diatoms, detritus and fine hair algae. Minimum quantity of 5 for bulk pricing.
The Babylon Snail is a large scavenger that will stir sand beds down to 2 inches in depth. They have the potential to consume other small snails but are generally considered reef safe.
Banded Sea Urchin*
Banded Sea Urchins grow to 6 inches in diameter and have sharp banded spines. They are good at removing complex algae from large aquariums with stable rock work.
The Berghia nudibranch is a small species that consumes only Aiptasia anemones. They reproduce readily in aquaria, but are prone to being sucked into drains and powerheads. Maximum order of 10 due to shortages.
Black Mangrove Seed
Black mangroves removes nitrate, phosphates, and some chemical contaminants. They also serve as a habitat for smaller organisms and fish.
This item is for one blue Ricordea polyp, (Ricordea Florida). It requires moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals.
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.
Botryocladia (Red Grape)
Botryocladia occidentalis is a red macroalgae with small grape like bladders that help it keep afloat and upright. It looks great, and is easily kept.
The Brittle Starfish is a scavenger that will feed primarily at night and hide throughout the day.
Brown Button Polyps
Basic brown palys on a plug or rock rubble. A hardy soft coral for the beginner.
Bullseye Pistol Shrimp*
The orange and purple Bullseye Pistol Shrimp gets its name from the black spot visible on its side. Pairs with Watchmen Gobies.
Bumble Bee Shrimp*
The Bumble Bee shrimp is a tiny shrimp that will eat live starfish and urchins, and some fresh foods like shredded cocktail shrimp. Its tiny size makes it more suitable for pico and nano tanks vs larger tanks where it may get lost.
The Button Snail is a small snail that can grow to about the diameter of a dime. These snails will consume film and hair algae on macroalgae, glass, and rocks in your aquarium.
Caribbean Star Snail*
The Caribbean Star Snail is the same species as the common Astraea tecta var. americanum found in the hobby, but not the same variation. These snails live isolated lives rather than in colonies, and are double the size. These snails will consume film and hair algae on the glass and rocks in your aquarium.
This tall form of warm water codium is a beautiful macroalgae that deserves to be in your display tank.
The Collector Urchin is a type of pincushion urchin from the South Pacific. They have variable coloring and consume hair, turf and complex macroalgae.
Crowned Turbo Snail*
The Crowned Turbo Snail comes from Africa and 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. Minimum quantity of 10 for bulk pricing. Additional price break at 25.
Decorator Spider Crab*
The Decorator Spider Crab (Camposcia retusa) behaves like an Arrow Crab and a Decorator Crab. They are not particularly effective at bristle worm removal, but will scavenge and graze on algae.
The Delphi Turban (Angaria delphinus) is a medium-sized Turban Snail that will consume hair algae, film algae, diatoms and some species of cyanobacteria on the rocks and glass.
Elysia and Oxynoe
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 before purchasing this species.
The Emperor Shrimp is a tiny and attractive shrimp that will live commensally on sea cucumbers, starfish and nudibranchs in the wild. In aquariums they are usually kept for ornamental purposes.
Fire Fern is a red macroalgae with a flat branches with small flame shaped branchlet around its perimeter. It is calcified and rigid.
Flame Algae is a red bushy macroalgae with small flame shaped branchlets. It is calcified and rigid.
Flamingo Feather Algae
Resembling a red saltwater version of the popular baby's breath flower, it is difficult to keep.
Fly Speckled Cerith
Eats Diatoms, Algae and Detritus on your tanks substrate and on rocks. Very hardy under normal water conditions. A smaller species of Cerith, that grows to 1''
Flying Sea Hare*
The Flying Sea Hare, can grow to about four inches long and is pretty large at adulthood. Good at hair algae, nuisance algae and even film algae.
Freckled/White Spotted Sea Hare
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.
Gallon of Gracilaria
One gallon of clean, pest free live macroalgae for your herbivorous friends. Various species of Gracilaria are in this mix.
Ghost Cave Shrimp*
The Ghost Cave Shrimp is related to other Coral Banded Shrimp, but has all white arms, rather than banded arms. Will consume bristle worms and may clean pests from your fish.
Giant Knobby Creeper*
The 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.
Giant Marine Hermit* (Medium)
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.
Gracilaria (Refugium and Food Grade )
This Gracilaria's color fluctuates and has thin cylindrical branches that grow from a main holdfast. This is a refugium grade product.
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 Button Polyp Colony*
Button polyps are hardy, can spread relatively quickly and are generally fun to keep. These colonies come with a green center that will fluoresce under actinic lighting. 35+ polyps
Green Center Button Polyps (10+ Polyps)
Button polyps are hardy, can spread relatively quickly and are generally fun to keep. Neon green center, with a brown skirt. 10+ polyps.
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.
Green or Blue Ricordea*
This item is for one green or blue Ricordea polyp, (Ricordea Florida). It requires moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals. Not sold by color.
Green or Blue Ricordea*
Ten or more are required for bulk pricing for green or blue Ricordea polyps. They require moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals.
This item is for one green Ricordea polyp, (Ricordea Florida). It requires moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals.
The Halloween 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.
Halymenia is a gorgeous red macro algae that can really brighten up a drab tank, and makes a great centerpiece. It is also known as Dragon's Breath and Red Sea Lettuce.
Hidden Hermit (small)
The Hidden Hermit Crab (Calcinus latens) will eat hair algae and scavenge in your aquarium. Grows to inhabit shells about 1.5 inches long.
Laurencia is a cartilaginous bushy red macroalgae, with transparent red tinted branches that have knobby tips. It can grow to 3 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
An uncommon and unique macroalgae that is white in color with small red specs. It is small, reaching a maximum size of 5 cubic inches.
Lima Shrimp Pair*
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.
Mermaid's Cup, (Acetabularia crenulata), is a popular algae with a parasol like leaf that arises from a slender stalk.
Mexican Red Legs*
The Mexican Red Leg hermit is a medium-sized hermit crab that will consume hair algae, leftover fish food and some species of cyano algae. Bulk Lot of 100
Mexican Turbo Snails*
The Mexican Turbo Snail grows to about the size of a golf ball. It is great at cleaning algae, especially hair algae from larger tanks. Minimum quantity of 10 for bulk pricing.
Micro Decorator or Mime Crab
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.
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. Minimum quantity of 10 for bulk pricing.
Chlorodesmis is a matting green algae that resembles a thick green turf. Unlike species of nuisance turf algae, this algae is easy to peel off rock.
Approximately one dozen mysid shrimp to start your culture. Can only ship on Wednesday and Thursday.
Larger than Nassarius vibex, Nassarius margaritifer is useful when larger pieces of uneaten food are left behind in the aquarium.
Newborn Dwarf Trochus
Very tiny! These aquacultured Trochus are less than two months old, and 1.5mm in diameter. Please read full description.
Ninja Star Snail*
The Ninja Star snail ranges in size from a about the size of a nickel to just larger than the diameter of a quarter. These snails will consume film and hair algae on the glass and rocks in your aquarium. Minimum quantity of 15 for bulk pricing, additional price break at 50 or more.
This item is for one orange Ricordea polyp, (Ricordea Florida). It requires moderate light, and will benefit from regular feedings of small foods designed for corals.
A difficult to find species of caulerpa, its palm tree like branching makes it an attractive specimen. This product CAN be sent to California.
Pederson's Anemone Shrimp*
The Pederson's Anemone Shrimp is a small ornamental shrimp whose markings help it to blend into the background of its host anemone. They serve as a cleaner shrimp, that will remove dead scales from your fish.
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 Pitho Crab moves slowly through the aquarium slowly picking at algae growing on the rock. They eat a fair amount of hair algae, caulerpa, dictyota, and even bubble algae. Minimum quantity of 5 for bulk pricing. Additional discounts above 10.
Pleated Sea Squirt*
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.
Polka Dot Hermit Crab
The Polka Dot Hermit crab will eat hair algae and scavenge in your aquarium. It has a large white claw that it uses to close the shell it is in when it is retracted, giving the appearance there is a snail inside.
Pom Pom Crab*
The Pom Pom Crab (Lybia edmondsoni) is a small and attractive crab that has armed itself with anemones, which it uses to punch would be predators in the face.
Premium Rock Flower Anemone*
These premium rock flower anemones (Epicystis crucifer) are not WYSIWYG, but will all be uncommon. These anemones should be fed, but are also photosynthetic. It is reef safe but should be given room from other anemones and coral.
Quart of Gracilaria
1 stuffed quart of live Gracilaria. Clean, pest free macro algae for your herbivorous friends. Additional price break for half and full gallons.
Ragged Sea Hare*
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.
Random Premium Ricordea*
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.
Random Zoanthids 10+*
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.
Random Zoanthids 25+*
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.
Random Zoanthids 30+*
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.
Random Zoanthids 50+*
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.
Red Striped Shrimp*
Red Striped Shrimp or Kukenthal's Shrimp consume Aiptasia anemones like Peppermint Shrimp that are more commonly found in the hobby.
Red Titan Algae
Red Titan (Titanophora sp.) is beautiful red macro algae that can be easily kept by the novice aquarist.
Reticulated Brittle Star*
The Reticulated Brittle Starfish is small starfish with long arms. Their central disc grows to about the size Lincoln is on the penny, while their arms can reach out 6 inches. A scavenger that will feed primarily at night and hide throughout the day.
Rough Box Crab (Not Reef Safe)*
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.
Scroll Algae, or Potato Algae is a brown macro algae or seaweed, that is common in the shallows. It requires strong light to thrive.
Growing to a length of 6-8 inches in captivity, they are excellent sand stirrers, and will consume algae and detritus building up on your sand bed.
The serpent starfish is an excellent scavenger that will feed primarily at night.
Short Palm Tree Caulerpa (Rare)
Caulerpa paspaloides var. compressa is a rare in the hobby variation of Palm Tree Caulerpa, (Caulerpa paspaloides). This species cannot be sent to California.
This item is for various forms of soft coralline. They are similar or members of the Amphiroa genus. Sold per plant, they are small, about 2 cubic inches or so.
Sponge Crab* (Not Reef Safe)
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.
Spotted Sea Hare*
The Spotted Sea Hare, can grow to about five inches long and is pretty big at adulthood. Mows hair algae and finer macro algae.
Star Polyp Frag
Green Star Polyps are an easy to keep soft coral that grows relatively quickly. It prefers moderate to high light. Shipped loose or on a plug, about 1 square inch.
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. Their shells are often covered in coralline.
Suction Cup Caulerpa
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.
The Smooth Atlantic Tegula is a small snail that can grow to about the diameter of a dime. These snails will consume film and hair algae on macroalgae, glass, and rocks in your aquarium.
Also known as the Strawberry Conch, they grow to 3 inches, and consume diatoms, detritus and fine hair algae.
Tiger Pistol Shrimp Pair*
The Tiger Pistol Shrimp or forms a mutualistic partnership with Prawn Gobies. In the wild, the fish warns the pistol shrimp of danger and the shrimp burrows and provides the fish with a home.
Titanophora encrustans is a gorgeous red macro algae that is usually cream colored, although it may take on a patchy red color.
Eats Diatoms, Cyano, Algae and Detritus on the rocks and glass in your tank. This is an imported species. Minimum quantity of 10 for bulk pricing. Additional price breaks at 25.
The Tropical Abalone (Haliotis asinina) is a nocturnal species that will consume a great deal of algae. Abalone are snails, but do not have the anatomy of most snails.
The Tuxedo Urchin is a small urchin that is suitable for nano tanks. It will consume hair algae and some species of turf and complex algae. However it will also pick up small objects, and wear them as camouflage.
West Indian Sea Egg*
The West Indian Sea egg is an urchin that can grow large, and devours hair algae and turf algae. Has drawbacks though, please read full description.
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