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Auriga Butterflyfish
(Chaetodon auriga)
Starting at $39.99
…is one of the more popular and readily available butterflyfish. Generally a hardy species, in the wild it is found on inner and outer reef slopes. As with many fish, the Threadfin Butterfly's color and markings can vary with the region of origin. Red Sea specimens tend to lose the eyespot (false eye…
Marine Betta
(Calloplesiops altivelis)
Starting at $89.99
fish. A predator by nature, it assumes a "head down" position, with its false "eye 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…
Schooling Bannerfish
(Heniochus diphreutes)
Starting at $69.99
…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 larger aquarium with other peaceful fish and others of the same species, if all were introduced…
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"…
Red Coris Wrasse
(Coris gaimard)
Starting at $49.99
…Coris Wrasse on crushed coral or similar substrate as they have a poor survival rate on such substrates. When very small, Red Coris are safe with almost any fish that will not eat them, but as they grow, they can become destructive. They should not be kept with invertebrates.The Red Coris Wrasse…
Snowflake Eel
(Echidna nebulosa)
Starting at $29.99
…Eel is safe to house with any fish it cannot easily swallow. It can be housed with some invertebrates, like anemones and corals, but not crustaceans.The wild Snowflake Eel is a nocturnal predator, ambushing fish and crustaceans. In the tank, it will take frozen or freeze-dried krill, fish, shrimp,…
Emerald Crab (Build Your Own Kit)
(Mithraculus sculptus)
Starting at $5.5
…plenty of rock work and hiding places. The Emerald Crab eats algae and various types of meaty items it can scavenge. It can be harmful to small fish, but unlike many other animals, it will eat bubble algae and is useful for cleaning tanks of this potential problem. They are an opportunistic feeder,…
Nassarius Snail, Tiny (Build Your Own Kit) - 10 Pack
(Nassarius sp.)
Starting at $8
…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 will help maintain adequate oxygen levels…
Sea Apple, Australian
(Pseudocolochirus axiologus)
Starting at $89.99
…aquarium that contains any fish that may pick on its tentacles. Generally, any fish that is prone to pick on feather dusters, will pick on the tentacles of the Australian Sea Apple. These fish include; Butterflyfish, Large Angels, and any species that is listed not safe with invertebrates.When…
Horseshoe Crab
(Limulus polyphemus)
Starting at $16.99
…worms and any organic debris. It will move the substrate around almost nonstop in its search for food. They are reef safe, but when they attain a large size, can be harmful to fish and invertebrates, especially worms and clams.Although it may find some food scavenging, its diet should be…
Yellow Pyramid Butterflyfish
(Hemitaurichthys polylepis)
Starting at $59.99
…with the yellow fins, lending it its common 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…
Whitespotted Pygmy Filefish, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Rudarius ercodes)
Starting at $49.99
…aquarists alike.Whitespotted Pygmy Filefish readily accept a variety of foods, including frozen and pelleted diets. ORA maintains a small group of them in a tank with hard and soft corals and didn't observe any nipping, suggesting they fishes may be reef safe. Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 1.5"
Blue Spotted Rabbitfish
(Siganus corallinus)
Starting at $44.99
…Spotted Rabbitfish, also known as the Blue Spotted Spinefoot, usually travels in pairs among the reefs of the Indo-West Pacific. It has an oblong shape to its body which is yellow, as the fish matures a beautiful series of blue spots will begin to appear that will cover the entire body.It requires…
Gold Spotted Rabbitfish
(Siganus punctatus)
Starting at $49.99
…also known as the Gold Spotted Spinefoot, originates from the reefs of the Coral Sea. The body of this Rabbitfish is brown and is covered in many beautiful golden spots. The spots even work their way into the eye of this fish, which aids in its camouflage.It requires a 180-gallon or larger…
Tongan Black Foxface
(Siganus niger)
Starting at $199.99
…grazer from Tonga, heard rumors about, maybe even seen it come and go within hours on Diver's Den. . . now's your chance to be the first in your reef club to feature the Tongan Black Foxface in your showcase aquarium!Differing from the Fiji Foxface (Siganus uspi), which has a distinctly bright…