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Aiptasia Eating Filefish, Captive-Bred ORA ®
(Acreichthys tomentosus)
Starting at $39.99
…Bristletail Filefish, Matted Leatherjacket, Tomentosus Filefish, or Matted Filefish. In the wild the Aiptasia Eating Filefish prefers the shallows of seagrass areas. Adding additional camouflage to its already unique color pattern of mottled green, brown, and tan which can change depending on its…
Sea Grass Wrasse
(Novaculichthys macrolepidotus)
Starting at $26.99
Sea Grass Wrasse, sometimes known as the Emerald Wrasse, is a helpful pest controller with big personality and abundant beauty. Often seen in shades of light to dark green, brownish-red to even black, the Sea Grass Wrasse's blade-like body allows it to disappear into the sea grass beds and sandy…
Refugium Mineral Mud
(5774)
Starting at $35.61
*Aquarium substrate for mud refugiums, macroalgae & mangroves*Ideal growing media for marine aquarium plants and algae*Contains live marine bacteria to support aquarium bio-filtrationThe ideal substrate for refugiums, CaribSea Refugium Mineral Mud supplies trace elements, iodine, minerals, and…
Brazilian Reidi Seahorse, Yellow
(Hippocampus reidi)
Starting at $109.99
…found in live rock. They are slow, deliberate feeders and prefer two or more small feedings per day.Seahorses spend most of their time clinging to seagrass with their prehensile tail rather than swimming. Its many unusual features and habits make it perhaps the most spectacular fish that may be kept…
Black Edge Moray Eel
(Gymnothorax saxicola)
Starting at $59.99
The Black Edge Moray Eel also known as the Ocellated Moray originates from the seagrass beds of the Caribbean ocean. It is brown in color with stunning golden spots covering the entire body. The underside of the eel is also gold in color, and the tail is outlined in black, which gives it its name.…
Lined Seahorse - Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…of their diet. They are slow, deliberate feeders and prefer two or more small feedings per day.Seahorses spend most of their time clinging to seagrass with their prehensile tail rather than swimming. Its many unusual features and habits make it perhaps the most spectacular fish that may be kept…
Sea Hare
(Aplysia sp.)
Starting at $18.99
…a good chemical filter system to quickly remove this toxic dye before it causes problems.In the wild, it is usually found in shallow areas of seagrasses and coral rubble, preferring the shaded areas. Cover from the lights in the aquarium should be provided. It requires a large area in which to move.…
Stars & Stripes Puffer
(Arothron hispidus)
Starting at $39.99
…appears to quickly recognize their owners.In the wild, the Stars & Stripes Puffer inhabits a wide range of habitats including mangrove swamps, seagrass beds and reef flats. The ideal setup should be an established aquarium 180 gallon or larger with good filtration and a protein skimmer. Aquascape…
Reidi Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus reidi)
Starting at $109.99
…of their diet. They are slow, deliberate feeders and prefer two or more small feedings per day.Seahorses spend most of their time clinging to seagrass with their prehensile tail rather than swimming. Its many unusual features and habits make it perhaps the most spectacular fish that may be kept…
Reticulated Puffer
(Arothron reticularis)
Starting at $59.99
…and appears to quickly recognize their owners.In the wild, the Reticulated Puffer inhabits a wide range of habitats including mangrove swamps, seagrass beds and reef flats. The ideal setup should be an established aquarium 150 gallon or larger with good filtration and a protein skimmer. Aquascape…
Striped Shrimpfish
(Aeoliscus strigatus)
Starting at $23.99
The Striped Shrimpfish occurs within the reefs of the Indo-Pacific where they form large congregations among whip corals, seagrasses, Acroporas or within long spine urchins. They have an elongated body that is dark in color as a juvenile. When mature, their body lightens to a silver color, and they…
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