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Sea Squirts
(Polycarpa aurata)
Starting at $13.99
Sea Squirts make an unusual addition to the well-established reef aquarium. The body of the sea squirt is smooth with two openings, one for intake and one for exhaust. These tunicates are solitary animals that constantly filter the water for small phytoplankton and particulate organics.The sea
Cowrie, Tiger
(Cypraea tigris)
Starting at $36.99
…hiding places. While small, it will eat some algae and scavenge for scraps, but as an adult, it will eat some anemones, sponges, and soft corals, and is best housed with starfish, sea urchins, and tubeworms in the reef aquarium. Do not house it with Condylactis sp. It needs low nitrate levels and…
Orange Sea Star
(Echinaster sp.)
Starting at $29.99
Sea Stars have 6 arms.It prefers a sandy, coral rubble substrate, or, especially live rock with algae. It moves over the surface, eating the small microbes and other bits of common detritus. A larger specimen could be harmful to clams, sponges, and small anemones in the reef aquarium. The Orange Sea
Hikari Mega-Marine Angel
(3707)
Starting at $3.99
…harmful bacteria, parasites, or foul odors. Packed in pure water and available in convenient "no touch" cube packs. Ingredients: sponge, sea algae, sea urchin, sea worms, plankton, krill, shrimp, clam, mussel, squid, spirulina, algae extract, cod liver oil, vitamin b12, vitamin d3, vitamin e…
Chocolate Chip Sea Star
(Protoreaster nodosus)
Starting at $11.99
Sea Star is not considered reef compatible since adults will eat soft corals, sponges, tubeworms, clams, and other starfish. Keep in mind that the Chocolate Chip Sea Star is only appropriate for very large aquariums since it can grow up to 15 inches in diameter.The color of the Chocolate Chip Sea
Red Knob Sea Star
(Protoreaster linckii)
Starting at $44.99
…to 100' deep reefs in the Indian 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.…
Dwarf Seahorse
(Hippocampus zosterae)
Starting at $44.99
…maintaining more than 10 Dwarf Seahorses, use a 10 gallon aquarium. The smaller aquarium size helps concentrate the food. The aquarium should have a sponge filter. The Dwarf Seahorse requires a continuous diet of freshly-hatched baby brine shrimp, copepods, and other shrimp larvae. It can be housed…
Pincushion Urchin, Hairy
(Tripneustes gratilla)
Starting at $24.99
…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 camouflage,…
Pencil Urchin
(Eucidaris tribuloides)
Starting at $9.99
…shelter in the rocks; at night it will come out and forage for food, looking particularly for algae lawns and smaller invertebrates like sea squirts or sponges. It can be destructive to corals. It requires an aquarium with multiple hiding places and live rock on which it can graze. The rock…
Burgundy Sea Star
(Tamaria sp.)
Starting at $18.99
…clams, sponges, and small anemones. The Burgundy Sea Star is generally solitary.The Burgundy Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water, and cannot tolerate copper-based medications. The drip acclimation method is highly recommended for all Sea Stars…
Linckia Sea Star, Purple
(Linckia teres)
Starting at $59.99
sponges, and small anemones. The Purple Linckia Sea Star is generally solitary. The Purple Linckia Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water, and cannot tolerate copper-based medications. The drip acclimation method is highly recommended for all Sea
Red Sea REEF-SPEC Carbon
(4320)
Starting at $7.36
…in reef keeping have been made possible due to Red Sea's commitment to research. This ongoing, original research carried out by Red Sea's dedicated team of biologists, chemists and engineers, brings great benefits to hobbyists worldwide.Red Sea's unique research into the biochemistry of corals and…
Red Thorny Sea Star
(Echinaster echinophorus)
Starting at $13.99
…100' deep reefs in the Caribbean Ocean.The Red Thorny 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.…
Red Sea MAX® E-Series 260 - White
(4662)
Starting at $2349
…system height (excluding LED light unit) 142 cm(56") Red Sea True Reef Specification for a successful ReefCreating optimal Reef Conditions in your aquariumThe Red Sea REEF-SPEC performance criteria is the result of Red Sea's years of research into the sustainable growth of all corals,…
Red Sea MAX® E-Series 260 - Black
(4661)
Starting at $2299
…height (excluding LED light unit) 142 cm(56") Red Sea True Reef Specification for a successful ReefCreating optimal Reef Conditions in your aquariumThe Red Sea REEF-SPEC performance criteria is the result of Red Sea's years of research into the sustainable growth of all corals, including…
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