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Fan Shrimp

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Singapore Flower Shrimp
(Atyopsis moluccensis)
Starting at $9.99
…adult stage and need brackish to full strength saltwater. Singapore Flower Shrimp are omnivores that will consume algae, detritus and left over food from both the water column and the substrate. They will vigorously fan the water column during feeding to filter out any food that they can catch.…
Viper Shrimp
(Atya gabonensi)
Starting at $19.99
…their somewhat "demonic" appearance, they are absolutely peaceful and harmless fan shrimp. Their front "claws" are actually long soft bristles which they fan open to filter feed, perched head-on into the current with fans outstretched.In the wild, Atya gabonensi typically live in small, fast-flowing…
Orange Stripe Prawn Goby
(Amblyeleotris randalli)
Starting at $36.99
shrimp gobies and may even share a burrow with another species.It is possible for the Orange Stripe Prawn Goby to spawn successfully in an aquarium. They may also form a symbiotic relationship with any pistol shrimp.The diet should consist of a variety of mysis shrimp, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp,
Blueberry Sea Fan
(Acalycigorgia sp.)
Starting at $69.99
…elements to the water.Because the Blueberry Sea Fan is not photosynthetic, its survival is dependent on regular and frequent feedings of micro-plankton, live, baby brine shrimp, or foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates. This Sea Fan should only be maintained by the skilled reef aquarist…
Fan Dance Goby
(Stigmatogobius sadanundio)
Starting at $7.99
…spawn on the roof of caves or flowerpots, and the male will stay with the eggs in order to guard them. Feed the Fan Dance Goby a quality flake food and meaty items such as brine shrimp, bloodworms or tubiflex worms.Ideal tank mates include: Brackish Water Fish, or Rainbowfish, Gouramis, Barbs,…
Red Sea Fan
(Gorgonia sp.)
Starting at $39.99
…addition of iodine, calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.The Red Sea Fan should be fed a few times a week with a filter feeding food. Provide a varied diet of live or frozen baby brine shrimp, Marine Snow, PhytoPlan and other suitable micro foods. Approximate Purchase Size: 8"…
Orange Tree Gorgonian
(Swiftia exserta)
Starting at $49.99
The Orange Tree Gorgonian is also referred to as the Orange Sea Fan or Orange Tree coral. It is orange in color and has loose branches forming a fan shape with large red or orange polyps. This Sea Fan will make a great showpiece or centerpiece to any reef aquarium. The Orange Tree Gorgonian is…
AlgaGen ReefPods
(Assorted species)
Starting at $15.49
…staged fish larvae and invertebrate nauplii. Juvenile and adult Tangerines are an excellent replacement for less nutritious brine shrimp. Great food for: Scallops Fan Worms/Feather Dusters Sponges Tridacna Clams Moina salina is an excellent species for direct feeding to plankton-eating fish and…
Red Finger Gorgonian
(Diodogorgia nodulifera)
Starting at $39.99
…basically is available in two color variations being bright orange-yellow with red and white polyps, or deep red to purple with white polyps. This sea fan will usually grow in small and sparsely branched colonies.The Red Finger Gorgonian is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from…
Longnose Hawkfish
(Oxycirrhites typus)
Starting at $39.99
…but other larger hawkfish will overpower it. Although it eats small fish and shrimp, it makes an excellent reef inhabitant under the proper conditions. It likes to be perch on and be camouflaged by the Red Gorgonian Sea Fan or other similar decor.The Longnose Hawkfish diet should include a variety…
Green Lace Gorgonian
(Pterogorgia citrina)
Starting at $26.99
…from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor the base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. This Sea fan is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available. They are moderately…
Green Eyed Cup Coral
(Mycedium sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…Its peaceful nature, combined with adaptability, allows it to grow into a number of different shapes. One of the more common forms is a flat fan shape. The sweeper tentacles and polyps are normally only extended at night.A medium to strong water flow across the surface of the coral is recommended…
Keyhole Cichlid
(Cleithracara maronii)
Starting at $8.99
…female will protect and fan the eggs to stave off any predators and keep water circulating. Keyhold Cichlids are omnivorous and will eat most prepared and frozen foods. For optimal health, they should be fed a varied diet of freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, crustaceans, shrimp, flakes, and Cichlid…
Purple Tree Gorgonian
(Eunicea sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…rock in the reef aquarium. It is more challenging to maintain this species, as they require supplemental feeding several times per week. This sea fan is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available. In order to inhibit algae…
Antennata Lionfish
(Pterois antennata)
Starting at $29.99
…stronger.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. After acclimating the diet should consist of meaty foods such as live shrimp (including ornamental shrimp), live fish, and sometimes, crustacean flesh.Approximate Purchase Size:…
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