Rimless Crew (42 Gallon)
Shipped for free via Priority Mail you will get:
35 Dwarf Ceriths - these smaller Cerith snails range in size from a half and inch to almost 1'', but are slender. Their tiny size allows them to reach the nooks and crannies other cleaners can't reach which is necessary for permanent removal of algae sources. These snails will consume diatoms, cyano, film algae, detritus, and hair algae in the substrate as well as on rocks and to some extent the glass in your aquarium. Because of their versatility and hardiness, they are our favorite species of cleaner.
11 Nassarius - scavengers that will come out whenever they smell food, or when you are feeding the fish. They will stir sand, but can also be kept in bare bottom tanks. In a bare bottom tank they tend to hang out at the base of rock work or near the back of the tank where there is less light, and will emerge from there to scavenge when leftover food is available. By reducing the amount of decaying waste in the aquarium you will help maintain your nitrate levels, and reduce the buildup of detritus.
15 Florida Ceriths - these snails will consume diatoms, detritus, cyano, film and hair algae. They reside in the substrate especially, but will also clean the rocks and glass of your aquarium. In bare bottom aquariums they will spend most of their time on the rocks, or on the bottom glass. This species is most active at night.
10 Astraea Snails - These snails will consume film, some cyano species, and some of the finer hair algae on the glass and rocks in your aquarium. They have trouble righting themselves when introduced to the aquarium.
10 Assorted Hermits - A mix of smaller to medium hermit crab species, including red legged, left-handed, jade, white claw and blue leg hermit crabs. These hermits are omnivores, that will feed on leftover food, filamentous (hair) algae and some species of cyanobacteria (cyano).
2 Emerald or Ruby Mithrax Crabs - Mithrax crabs have dull claws that allow them to scrape algae from your liverock, and are good at removing bubble algae, Dictyota, some species of Caulerpa, and other complex macroalgae. The size of your bubble algae problem will largely determine the amount of emerald crabs that your tank will need to get the job done. Mithrax crabs are omnivores, and will also scavenge for food. They prefer to spend their time on hard surfaces that they can cling to.
If you would like free empty hermit shells with your order, just let us know in the comments section during checkout, by leaving the message "I will take the free empty hermit shells" and we will be happy to include them.
We only offer free shells with a purchase of our quick crews with hermits.
Choose the Free Priority Mail Quick Crew shipping option at checkout. You can add any items to this order WITHOUT a star* next to their name and they would ship for free as well. For example, the Rock Boring Urchin* cannot be shipped with Priority Mail.