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Small Sea Stars

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Crocea Clam, Aquacultured
(Tridacna crocea)
Starting at $129.99
…of its large byssal muscle, giving the clam the common name "boring clam." This burrowing behavior helps to protect it from predators such as sea stars, along with Angelfishes, Butterflyfishes, and other reef dwelling species that consume bivalves. In the wild, the Crocea Clams often live together…
Red Sea Star
(Fromia milleporella)
Starting at $13.99
…live rock is present. It is diurnal. The Red 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 due to their intolerability to changes in water…
Double Sea Star
(Iconaster longimanus)
Starting at $39.99
The Double Sea Star, also known as the Icon Sea Star, originates from the reefs of the Indo-Pacific. The color of this star is orange to tan and exhibits very distinctive color patterns. The body of this star has many small circles, and is outlined with the pattern that follows into the legs. This…
Crinoid Squat Lobster
(Allogalathea elegans)
Starting at $19.99
…more common in the aquarium trade. In the wild, these crustaceans are commensal on Crinoid Feather Sea Stars. They use the sea stars for camouflage and steal their food. Crinoid Feather Stars are one of the most difficult echinoderms to successfully maintain in aquariums. Luckily, these Crinoid…
Sand Sifting Sea Star
(Astropecten polycanthus)
Starting at $16.99
…of detritus and left over food. Like other starfish, the Sand Sifting Sea Star will also consume small invertebrates, including shrimp, urchins, mollusks, bivalves, or other small sea stars. As such, the Sand Sifting Sea Star should be actively fed a varied diet consisting of natural food sources,…
Burgundy Sea Star
(Tamaria sp.)
Starting at $18.99
…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 due to…
Orange Sea Star
(Echinaster sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…is sometimes called the Red Sea Star. It can have a variety of surface textures depending upon the locale. Some Echinaster 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…
Indian Sea Star
(Fromia indica)
Starting at $19.99
The Indian Sea Star, or Marble Starfish, is one of the more common of the Fromia species. Their patterns and colors make them one of the more striking of all the sea stars. The coloration of the Indian Sea Stars range from a deep red to orange, and both the central disc and the arms are mottled in a…
Red Knob Sea Star
(Protoreaster linckii)
Starting at $34.99
…differentiate males from females.The Red Knob 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 due to their intolerability to changes in…
Chocolate Chip Sea Star
(Protoreaster nodosus)
Starting at $11.99
…female Chocolate Chip Sea Stars, breeding in an aquarium is extremely difficult. The drip acclimation method is highly recommended for all Sea Stars since they are unable to tolerate rapid changes in water chemistry (oxygen levels, salinity and pH). The Chocolate Chip Sea Star should never be…
Red Thorny Sea Star
(Echinaster echinophorus)
Starting at $13.99
…not be housed with puffers. The Red Thorny 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 due to their intolerability to changes in water…
Blue & Pink Sea Star
(Astropecten sp.)
Starting at $19.99
…and left over food. Like other starfish, this member of the Astropectinidae family also consumes small invertebrates, including shrimp, urchins, mollusks, bivalves, or other small sea stars. As such, they should be actively fed with a varied diet that mimics their natural food sources, especially…
Brittle Sea Star (Build Your Own Kit)
(Ophiocoma echinata)
Starting at $8
…detritus and small organisms. It cannot tolerate copper-based medications.The Brittle 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 due to…
Serpent Sea Star (Build Your Own Kit)
(Ophioderma sp.)
Starting at $8
…come out during the day to eat.The Serpent 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 due to their intolerability to changes in water…
Linckia Sea Star, Blue
(Linckia laevigata)
Starting at $19.99
…for all Sea Stars due to their intolerance to changes in water chemistry. The Blue Linckia Sea Star should never be exposed to air while handling, and should be carefully monitored for the presence of a small parasitic snail, Thyca crystallina. In the wild, the Blue Linckia Sea Star is capable…
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