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Acropora Crab

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Trapezia Pocillopora/Acropora Crab
(Trapezia sp.)
Starting at $15.99
The Trapezia Pocillopora/Acropora Crab, or Acro Crab for short, is a small commensal crustacean which lives its whole life within the branches of Pocillopora corals and Acropora Corals if no Pocilloporid corals are available, aiding in the proper water flow between the branches to keep these areas…
Staghorn Hermit Crab
(Manucomplanus varians)
Starting at $19.99
…Staghorn Hermit Crab lives in a branching shell that is covered with hydroids and bryozoans. The crab itself is a hardy companion for the aquarium, but the shell that it resides in requires specialized care. This shell has multiple branches that resemble the branching SPS coral Acropora. Because of…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $99.99
…large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $59.99
…other organisms, such as small crabs, other clams, and other invertebrates. The shell is symmetrical, and the matching growth pattern in its shell allows it to close together very tightly when it needs to. The Squamosa Clam is often found living amongst Acropora coral, anchored by its byssal…
Barbouri Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus barbouri)
Starting at $199.99
…large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to…
Lined Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred (Australia)
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $79.99
…large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to…
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $129.99
…large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to…
Dragonface Pipefish
(Corythoichthys sp.)
Starting at $23.99
…such as crabs, large shrimp, and large clams, but will not harm ornamental shrimp or invertebrates. This species of pipefish has been found to consume the dreaded micro-amphipod commonly referred to as "Red Bugs" that have now become prevalent in reef aquariums that contain Acropora coral. Red…
Dr. G's Marine Aquaculture SPS & LPS Coral Dip Solution
(4064)
Starting at $12.5
…Dip should not be used on any display tanks, display aquariums, sumps, or refugiums as it may affect and kill invertebrates, clams, snails, crabs, fish, shrimp and copepod populations.Ingredients: Proprietary Coral Dip Formula and RO/DI Water.General InformationDr. G's Coral Dip is a revolutionary…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $49.99
…is the Latin word for scale. The numerous rows of large scales over its entire shell are often used as shelter by other organisms, such as small crabs, bivalves, and other sessile invertebrates. The shell is symmetrical, and the matching growth pattern of its shell allows it to close together very…
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