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Purple Sea Urchin

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Pincushion Urchin
(Lytechinus variegatus)
Starting at $11.99
The Pincushion Urchin has an oval to round body covered with hundreds of uniform spines. Its color can range from red to purple to white and blue.It requires ample hiding places and sufficient room in which to forage in the home aquarium. It generally hides in caves during the day, though it may…
Pincushion Urchin, Hairy
(Tripneustes gratilla)
Starting at $24.99
The Hairy Pincushion Urchin is also known as the Sea Egg, and the Priest-hat Urchin. It has five or ten double rows of white and red spines separated by spaces of red, purple, white or black. To camouflage itself, it often covers itself with rocks, sponges, shells, or algae. In addition to…
Clown Filefish
(Cantherhines dumerili)
Starting at $189.99
…for a 100-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock and no invertebrates. These filefish eat branching SPS corals, algae, sponges, sea urchins and mollusks in the wild. They are not suitable for a reef aquarium, but make a great addition to a fish only aquarium. The diet should include…
Harlequin Shrimp
(Hymenocera elegans)
Starting at $34.99
…with large light blue spots, and the males are slightly smaller than the female. It differs from its close cousin, the HawaiianH. picta which has purple and red spots. It has large claws (chelipeds) which are for show only; it does not use them for hunting.The Harlequin Shrimp is best kept as mated…
Ecological Laboratories Microbe-Lift® Coralline Algae Accelerator
(5896)
Starting at $13.57
…of calcium in sea water is 420 ppm and you should maintain your aquarium s saltwater at no more than 420 ppm on a consistent basis.Other factors to consider in propagating Coralline algae growth are:Carbonate HardnessLight intensityReef inhabitants, such as urchins, that feed on it.This…
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