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Tree Sponge
(Ptilocaulis sp.)
Starting at $39.99
The Tree Sponge of the genus Ptilocaulis is normally red or orange. Its shape is very similar to that of a tree which includes a main trunk with several branches.The Tree Sponge requires a strong current and excellent water quality.All sponges, including the Tree Sponge, require some very special…
Bee Sponge
(Acanthella sp.)
Starting at $39.99
…corals for the sponge to feed upon. They should be placed out of the direct light, and algae or cyanobacteria should never be allowed to settle in the crevices of the sponge. A moderate, indirect water current will aid in keeping the sponge free of debris. Never allow the Bee Sponge to be in contact…
Yellow Ball Sponge
(Cinachyra alloclada)
Starting at $21.99
Sponge, has numerous craters. It is often covered with sand or algae.It needs a moderate water current near its location, but be careful to place the sponge slightly out of the path so that it only receives an indirect current. The lighting should be low.All sponges, including the Yellow Ball Sponge
Red Ball Sponge
(Psuedaxinella lunaecharta)
Starting at $24.99
The Red Ball Sponge, is often referred to as Red Boring Sponge, and members of this genus are found in a wide variety of colors such as red, yellow, and orange.The Red Ball Sponge requires a strong current and excellent water conditions.All sponges, including the Red Ball Sponge will require some…
Photosynthetic Plating Red Sponge, Aquacultured
(Collospongia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…Plating Red Sponge boasts gorgeous red coloration highlighted by an iridescent and otherworldly metallic sheen. This ornamental sponge demonstrates a growth habit reminiscent of plating Montipora coral that adds unique structure and character for a one-of-a-kind display.All sponges, including the…
Chili Coral
(Nephthyigorgia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…visually-stunning Chili Coral boasts equally colorful alternate common names including Strawberry Coral, Chili Cactus Coral, Red Chili Coral, Chili Sponge, Red Finger Soft Coral and Devil's Hand.The Chili Coral is a non-photosynthetic soft coral. While hardy and relatively easy to care for, the…
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…
Spider Decorator Crab
(Camposcia retusa)
Starting at $9.99
…as Camposcia Decorator Crab or Decorator Crab, is a member of the Majidae family of spider and decorator crabs. It decorates its brown body with sponges, shells, rocks, and other items as a method of camouflage.It is nocturnal, hunting at night. In the reef aquarium, it harvests algae, soft corals,…
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…
Cowrie, Tiger
(Cypraea tigris)
Starting at $36.99
…a rock aquarium with 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…
Copepod Grow Kit
(Assorted sp.)
Starting at $24.99
…feeding both photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic corals as well as filter feeding marine invertebrates including scallops, feather duster worms, sponges, and Tridacna clams. Acartia is also very useful in ornamental aquaculture for feeding larval fish and crustaceans, seahorses, and invertebrates.…
Replacement Foam Pre-Filter
(5037)
Starting at $6.49
Pre-filter sponge placed over the inlet strainer of Eheim Wet/Dry Filter System Models 2227 and 2229. Provides additional mechanical and biological filtration. Measures 5" x 1-3/4" diameter. 2-pack. Manufacturer #2615270.
San Francisco Bay Brand Angel & Butterfly Diet
(3719)
Starting at $3.99
…fish * Contains sponge and mysis shrimp to entice marine Angelfish and Butterfly Fish Keep finicky marine Angelfish and Butterfly Fish properly fed. San Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Angel & Butterfly Diet is specially made with mysis shrimp, pieces of sponge, krill, mussel, squid, brine…
Green Finger Algae
(Codium sp.)
Starting at $34.99
Create a thriving marine planted aquarium with gorgeous ornamental macroalgae from LiveAquaria®. These stunningly vibrant and easy-to-care-for algae let you create dramatic aquascapes that are as beneficial as they are beautiful!Enhance marine aquarium landscapes with beautiful, natural…
Orange Sea Star
(Echinaster sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…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 Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water,…
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