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Foxface Lo
(Siganus vulpinus)
Starting at $69.99
The Foxface Lo, also known as the Foxface Rabbitfish, has a very unique body color. It has a mottled yellow-brown body with a dark chest. The face is very light in color and speckled on the lower half. They are a very hardy fish, and are great additions to the newly-established tank.It may reside in…
Red Coris Wrasse
(Coris gaimard)
Starting at $49.99
The Red Coris Wrasse, also known as the Clown Wrasse, Red Labrid, or Yellowtail Coris, can be found on almost every reef in the Indo-Pacific and Hawaiian Region, and extends all the way into the Red Sea. Adult specimens in the wild can easily grow to a foot, but in an aquarium, they rarely exceed…
Sea Apple, Australian
(Pseudocolochirus axiologus)
Starting at $89.99
…The tentacles are violet, blue, red, and have white tips. This a beautiful species that will add a new dimension of color to the reef aquarium.It prefers an established reef aquarium with room to move about, and large amounts of live rock from which it receives a majority of its food. Once it finds…
Queen Triggerfish
(Balistes vetula)
Starting at $139.99
…500-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of swimming space is required for this species as they grow very large. These triggerfish are not safe for the reef aquarium, and will eat any crustacean in the aquarium. They are one of the more aggressive fish that should be added last to your collection.…
Radial Filefish, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Acreichthys radiatus)
Starting at $59.99
…Filefish readily accept a variety of foods, including frozen and pelleted diets. ORA was delighted to find the juvenile Radial Filefish to be as reef safe as the ORA Whitespotted Filefish. However, care should be taken to observe them as they may casually nip at corals. Approximate Purchase Size: 1"…
McCosker's Flasher Wrasse
(Paracheilinus mccoskeri)
Starting at $59.99
…anal fins.The McCosker's Flasher Wrasse requires a 55 gallon aquarium (or larger) with a tight-fitting lid since it is a jumper. Often found along reef slopes and rubble zones, the McCosker's Flasher Wrasse will often swim near the bottom and tends to form small groups where a male swims back and…
Western Blue Devil
(Paraplesiops meleagris)
Starting at $599.99
The Western Blue Devil, sometimes referred to as the Blue Betta, is found in rocky crevasses of the reefs of Australia. It is a beautiful fish that is blue in color with many light blue spots. The anal and dorsal fins are very long, giving this fish a dramatic look. This is a rare find from…
Electric Blue Hermit Crab
(Calcinus elegans)
Starting at $9.99
The Electric Blue Hermit Crab, a very rare find, originates exclusively from the Marshall Islands. This crab has electrifying blue legs with black banding, and its antennae stand out with its bright orange color. Both claws are close to being equal size, and are brownish green in color. This tiny…
Schooling Bannerfish
(Heniochus diphreutes)
Starting at $69.99
…Schooling Bannerfish Heniochus diphreutes is its rounder breast and less protruding snout. Schooling Bannerfish are also planktonivores and are reef safe. Members of the Heniochus genera are often called Bannerfish instead of Butterflyfish.The Schooling Bannerfish may reside in a 125 gallon or…
Yellow Pyramid Butterflyfish
(Hemitaurichthys polylepis)
Starting at $59.99
…name. The head area is black helping these fish camouflage themselves in the wild. The Pyramid Butterfly feeds upon plankton in the wild, and is safe for reef aquariums. The Yellow Pyramid Butterflyfish is quite shy at first, and should be provided multiple hiding places. The ideal aquarium will be…
Marine Betta
(Calloplesiops altivelis)
Starting at $99.99
…spot" near the tail resembling the head of a moray eel.The Marine Betta is not commonly kept in a reef-style aquarium, but it is reported to be safe with corals and anemones, however, it will eat all small fish and shrimp. It is nocturnal and requires hiding places to provide it shelter from bright…
Lightning Wrasse
(Halichoeres cyanocephalus)
Starting at $49.99
…is purple with a yellow stripe covering the back. As the fish matures, the purple coloration fades to a brilliant blue. These wrasse are not reef safe, but make a great addition to a larger marine fish only aquarium. A 125-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock for hiding, and a…
Flashlight Fish
(Anomalops katoptron)
Starting at $89.99
…interesting fact about this species is that in certain locales around the world, skippers follow schools of Flashlight Fish in order to safely navigate through reef passes at night.This nocturnal fish is well suited for the specialized aquarium that contains other nocturnal fish such as similar…
Segmented Sailfin Blenny
(Salarias segmentatus)
Starting at $19.99
…tends to perch and hop from rock to rock looking for microalgae to graze on.The Segmented Blenny is a perfect candidate for the reef aquarium and is considered reef safe but may nip at the polyps or bases of Acropora sp. and other SPS corals. If the SPS dominated aquarium is not heavily stocked with…
Nassarius Snail, Tiny (Build Your Own Kit) - 10 Pack
(Nassarius sp.)
Starting at $8
…tube-like siphon that protrudes from the end of the shell. One of the most ideal scavenger and detritus eaters, these snails are perfect for the reef aquarium, quickly consuming detritus, uneaten food, decaying organics, and fish waste. Nassarius Snails like to bury themselves in the sand, which…
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