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Filter Feeders

76 products
PhytoMax Expert Series Phytoplankton
(4220)
Starting at $6.99
…range accepted by a broad range of filter feeders Contains over 10 billion cells per ml of Nannochloropsis, Tahitian Isochrysis, and Tetraselmis. Rich in EPA, DHA, and amino acids in a size range (2 to 15 microns) accepted by a broad range of filter feeders for maximum nutritional benefits. 30…
Flame Scallop
(Lima scabra)
Starting at $8.99
…through the water, with assistance from its tentacles. It tolerates all animals that do not try to eat it, and can be kept in groups. It is a filter feeder, and requires floating micro-plankton to be kept alive in the aquarium, and will do best in a mature reef aquarium system. It also needs proper…
Thorny Oyster
(Spondyllus sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…they may have. The Thorny Oyster is very sensitive to changes in specific gravity, and requires strong water currents.The Thorny Oyster is a filter feeder that has its food brought to it on the currents in the aquarium. They should be fed daily with a dissolved, particulate organic substance (like…
Sea Cucumber, Yellow
(Colochirus robustus)
Starting at $14.99
…body with spikey projections. When feeding, the Yellow Sea Cucumber extends their branchy feeding arms into the current. These are beautiful filter feeders for an established reef aquarium.The Yellow Sea Cucumber requires live rock to provide the nutrients it needs to sustain its health. It will…
Porcelain Crab
(Petrolisthes galathinus)
Starting at $17.99
…harm other invertebrates or corals. The Porcelain Crab constantly filters the water for planktonic food, but will also scavenge for larger meaty portions. Offer the crab small bits of fish, shrimp or meaty food, as well as foods designed for filter feeders. Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2" to 3/4"
Ghost Eel
(Pseudechidna brummeri)
Starting at $39.99
…will make it very challenging to feed the eel properly. It can be housed with invertebrates such as soft corals, polyps, mushrooms, and filter feeders. These fishes prey on small crustaceans in the wild, so avoid small shrimp which will quickly be consumed by the eel. The Ghost Eel is a nocturnal…
Blue Cespitularia, Aquacultured
(Cespitularia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…algae provide the Blue Cespitularia with the majority of its nutritional requirements. However, the addition of zooplankton and other foods for filter feeders is beneficial and helps promote both health and color development.The Blue Cespitularia will thrive and adapt to light emitted by a variety…
Freshwater Asian Gold Clam
(Pilsbryoconcha exilis)
Starting at $3.49
…active at night when you may be able to witness it using its "foot" to lumber across the aquarium bottom.The Freshwater Asian Gold Clam is a filter feeder that can help keep aquarium water clear and clean. By removing uneaten food and detritus from the water column, the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam…
Spiny Sea Cucumber, Green w/Pink & Yellow
(Pentacta anceps)
Starting at $15.99
The Pink and Green Sea Cucumber is a colorful filter feeder for home reef aquariums over 30 gallons. Rows of pink knobby thorns run lengthwise along its green and yellow body. Like Sea Apples, striking yellow and pink tentacles extend during feeding. Unlike most other sea cucumbers this animal…
Christmas Tree Worm on Rock, Multicolor
(Spirobranchus porites)
Starting at $34.99
…out of the bright light. It is very intolerant of copper-based medications.Breeding in the home aquarium is very rare.Since it is purely a filter feeder, the diet of the Christmas Tree Worm should be supplemented with liquid plankton-based foods.The Christmas Tree Worm is normally shipped with…
Electric Flame Scallop
(Lima sp.)
Starting at $19.99
…through the water, with assistance from its tentacles. It tolerates all animals that do not try to eat it, and can be kept in groups. It is a filter feeder, and requires floating micro-plankton to be kept alive in the aquarium, and will do best in a mature reef aquarium system. It also needs proper…
AlgaGen PhycoPure Reef Blend
(Assorted species)
Starting at $12.99
PhycoPure is a blend of LIVE microalgae specifically assembled for use as a supplement for marine reef aquarium filter feeders and to sustain copepod populations. Aquarists have reported great results feeding PhycoPure Reef Blend to clams, species-specific corals (gorgonians, brain corals, mushroom…
Maxima Clam, Gold
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $99.99
…substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time the clam can then be slowly moved up higher in the aquarium.Tridacna clams are also filter feeders and constantly filter the water for small particulates. Maxima Clams larger than 2 do not require supplemental feedings, but smaller T. maxima that…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $69.99
…Squamosa Clam relies heavily on the photosynthesis of the zooxanthellae cells growing in its mantle. However, all clams also require micro foods designed for filter feeders, especially when small. Offer phytoplankton and other micro-foods. Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2" to 2; 2" to 2-1/2"
Maxima Clam Colored, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $59.99
…heavily on the photosynthesis of the zooxanthellae cells growing in its mantle. However, all clams also require micro foods designed for filter feeders, especially when small. Offer phytoplankton and other micro foods. Looking for the best food to feed your Tridacna Clams? We recommend: AlgaGen…
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