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Live Sponge

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Bee Sponge
(Acanthella sp.)
Starting at $39.99
…of live rock and corals for the sponge to feed upon. They should be placed out of the direct light, and algae or cyanobacteria should never be allowed to settle in the crevices of the sponge. A moderate, indirect water current will aid in keeping the sponge free of debris. Never allow the Bee Sponge
CaribSea A.R.K. Aragonite Refugium Kit
Starting at $80.47
…added. Small pieces of live rock or live rubble can be added to the refugium to begin the growth of coralline algae, small invertebrates, sponges and more, which will reproduce within the desirable environment created by the ARK. These microflora, microfauna, and sponges can provide a valuable food…
Magnavore Poly-Tech Super Filter Pads
Starting at $4.99
…match the size of the filter cartridge or sponge insert. In canister filters, cut filter pad to cover the entire area of the filter basket or tray. Use separate pieces to fill the entire tray area without water bypass. Stack multiple layers instead of sponges for outstanding chemical and mechanical…
Green Finger Algae
(Codium sp.)
Starting at $34.99
…marine aquarium landscapes with beautiful, natural "decoration." The Green Finger Algae is an attractive ornamental macroalgae that instantly softens live rock and other hardspace, giving new or sparsely stocked displays a mature, established appearance. Striking green coloration, bold architectural…
Photosynthetic Plating Red Sponge, Aquacultured
(Collospongia sp.)
Starting at $20.99
…Plating Red Sponge boasts gorgeous red coloration highlighted by an iridescent and otherworldly metallic sheen. This ornamental sponge demonstrates a growth habit reminiscent of plating Montipora coral that adds unique structure and character for a one-of-a-kind display.All sponges, including the…
Mandarin Shrimp
(Neocaridina sp.)
Starting at $7.99
The Mandarin Shrimp is a magnificent ornamental shrimp with striking coloration. Like a living gem stone, the Mandarin Shrimp injects rich color to the aquarium environment. Similar to other Neocaridina shrimp, the Mandarin Shrimp offers the invaluable service of cleaning aquariums of algae and…
Starting at $14.49
…in a canister filter.Do not sprinkle Rowaphos directly into the aquarium.Never place Rowaphos directly into water without first surrounding it with sponge or floss.When used in a canister filter, the flow should be adjusted until zero phosphate level is achieved.It is important that the filter media…
Red Knob Sea Star
(Protoreaster linckii)
Starting at $44.99
…Ocean.The Red Knob Sea Star requires a large aquarium with ample supplies of live rock. A small specimen will eat algae. As it grows older, however, it is not reef compatible, as it will eat soft corals, sponges, tubeworms, clams, starfish, and other invertebrates. It should not be housed with…
Chili Coral
(Nephthyigorgia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…Chili Sponge, Red Finger Soft Coral and Devil's Hand.The Chili Coral is a non-photosynthetic soft coral. While hardy and relatively easy to care for, the Chili Coral has very specific needs that require proper attention for it to thrive. An established reef aquarium aquascaped with ample live rock…
Live Adult Brine Shrimp
(Artemia salina)
Starting at $16.99
…algae, bacteria, diatoms, and microbes. To maintain long term, keep in a small aquarium or 5-gallon bucket by themselves with an air-driven sponge filter. Live Brine Shrimp should be fed liquid Phytoplankton or Brine Shrimp Food when maintaining these animals for more than a few days. For short term…
Dwarf Seahorse
(Hippocampus zosterae)
Starting at $39.99
…small pipefish, however, the pipefish generally out compete it for food. It likes to grasp Caulerpa or other items with its prehensile tail. Live rock and live sand may contain stinging animals that can be aggressive towards this seahorse.The Dwarf Seahorse can breed in an aquarium if it receives…
Burgundy Sea Star
(Tamaria sp.)
Starting at $18.99
…five.It prefers a well-lit aquarium with a sandy, coral rubble substrate, and live rock. It will move over the rock searching for small microbes and other bits of common detritus to eat. It may be harmful to clams, sponges, and small anemones. The Burgundy Sea Star is generally solitary.The Burgundy…
Chestnut Cowrie
(Cypraea spp.)
Starting at $7.99
…corals, and at night it forages for food. An aquarium with live rock provides a good environment where it can graze on algae and diatoms growing there. Although mainly herbivorous, when it becomes larger, it may try and feed on sponges and soft corals. If there is insufficient algae, its diet should…
Peppermint Shrimp (Build Your Own Kit)
(Lysmata wurdemanni complex)
Starting at $6
…usually found living in the vertical shafts of the reef, sometimes in the core of the pipe sponges. It is very sociable and will live peacefully with almost all reef inhabitants. On occasion, it has been known to eat the Aiptasia anemone (glass anemone) that are found in the live rock of reef…
AlgaGen ReefPods
(Assorted species)
Starting at $15.49
live food. It has been successfully used as a larval fish feed where rotifers have proven to be ineffective. Great food for: Scallops Fan Worms/Feather Dusters Sponges Tridacna Clams Parvocalanus crassirostris is recognized by top aquaculturists and aquarium breeders as one of the best live foods…