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    Amphipods & Copepods - 1000

    What are Copepods?  1. Copepods comprise 80% of the animal mass in water columns around the world. In marine environments, copepods have ~150 unique species. A copepod is a major part of the diet of many fish, seabirds, many other planktonic...

    $29.99
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    Black Rock Urchin

    The Black Rock Urchin is an excellent algae eater that will roam the aquarium and eat algae from a variety of surfaces.  Whether it is eating algae on the rock surface or on the glass you can see the suctorial podia in clear view...

    $13.99 $29.02
  • Colored Tuxedo Urchin Quick view

    Colored Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia sp.)

    This urchin needs hard substrates and shady areas. It can be kept alone or in small groups. It eats mainly algae, including coralline algae. Its spines are very sharp and can puncture skin.   COMMON NAME:  Colored Tuxedo Urchin SCIENTIFIC...

    $32.99 $36.28
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    Feather Duster (Sabellastarte sp.)

    The Feather Duster is a wonderful & fun filled addition to the reef aquarium. As the crown (radiole) which can range in a variety of colors unfurls both to feed and breathe, it appears to almost dance in the current gracefully and rhythmically. We...

    $17.99
  • Flame Scallop Quick view

    Flame Scallop (Lima scabra)

    The flame scallop is non-photosynthetic and requires supplemental feeding with phytoplankton. The Flame Scallop is also known as Red File Shell Clam. COMMON NAME:  Flame Scallop SCIENTIFIC NAME:  Lima scabra SIZE AVAILABLE:  ~1-2...

    $13.99 $14.99
  • Lettuce Nudibranch Quick view

    Lettuce Nudibranch

    Lettuce Nudibranch ==Tridachia crispata== The Lettuce Nudibranch is an excellent eliminator of Hair Algae. However, it should be noted that Hair algae is all that it eats. It is also known as Lettuce Sea Slug. It is given its name because it resembles...

    $11.99 $15.71
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    LongSpine Urchin

    LongSpine Urchin (Diadema sp.) These Long Spine urchins are excellent algae controllers for an aquarium housing aggressive fish. They come out at night to feed, and hide during the day within rock crevices. It is important to note that it is venomous,...

    $24.99 $29.02
  • Mini Yellow Cucumber Quick view

    Mini Yellow Cucumber

    The Mini Yellow Cucumber requires live rock to provide the nutrients it needs to sustain its health. Owners and potential buyers should realize that it has the potential to poison an aquarium. The chances of this happening are very rare unless it is...

    $14.99 $15.71
  • Pencil Urchin Quick view

    Pencil Urchin (Eucidaris tribuloides)

    The Pencil Urchin is solitary. During the day, it seeks to find shelter in the rocks. At night it will come out looking for food & lives on algae, bryozoans, sponges, and tunicates. It should be noted that this urchin is destructive to corals...

    $12.99
  • Pink Pin Cushion Urchin Quick view

    Pink Pin Cushion Urchin

    Pink Pin Cushion Urchin (Lytechinus variegatus)     COMMON NAME:  Pink Pin Cushion Urchin SCIENTIFIC NAME:  Lytechinus variegatus SIZE AVAILABLE: ~1 inch MINIMUM TANK SIZE: 30 gallons FOOD/DIET:  Herbivore CARE LEVEL:...

    $10.99 $12.08
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    Purple Cluster Duster (Bispira brunnea)

    Purple Cluster Duster (Bispira brunnea) We recommend placing the Cluster Duster in the substrate of your tank. It is approx 5-7 small dusters in a clump ranging in size from 1-2 inches. Supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods...

    $19.99 $35.98
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    Sea Cucumber (Holothuria floridana)

    The sea cucumber does best in a soft substrate. It is reef safe but requires a large sand-bed to meet its nutritional needs. COMMON NAME:  Sea Cucumber SCIENTIFIC NAME:  Holothuria floridana SIZE AVAILABLE: ~2 inches MINIMUM TANK SIZE:...

    $12.99 $15.71
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    Sea Hare (dolabella auricularia)

    The name "sea hare" is derived from their rounded shape and from the two long rhinophores that project upwards from their heads and that somewhat resemble rabbit ears. It is also known as the sea slug as is a munching machine for hair algae growth in...

    $24.99
  • Tuxedo Urchin Quick view

    Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia globulus)

    This urchin needs hard substrates and shady areas. It can be kept alone or in small groups. It eats mainly algae, including coralline algae. Its spines are very sharp and can puncture skin.   COMMON NAME:  Tuxedo Urchin SCIENTIFIC NAME:...

    $19.99 $24.18