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Sponge Coral

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Bee Sponge
(Acanthella sp.)
Starting at $39.99
…rock and 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…
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
…characteristic of soft corals. The 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…
Cowrie, Tiger
(Cypraea tigris)
Starting at $36.99
…rocks or resting on soft corals during the day, foraging for food mostly at night. The Tiger Cowrie prefers 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…
Red Thorny Sea Star
(Echinaster echinophorus)
Starting at $13.99
…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. It should not be housed with puffers. The Red Thorny Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden…
Spider Decorator Crab
(Camposcia retusa)
Starting at $9.99
…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, and invertebrates to adorn its shell. This activity may cause harm to some soft corals, but in the large reef…
Cortez Angelfish
(Pomacanthus zonipectus)
Starting at $99.99
…should be the only angelfish in the tank, even as juveniles. Not a good candidate for a reef tank, the Cortez Angelfish eat sponges, and will also consume stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles.It should be provided with a diet of Spirulina, marine algae, shrimp and other…
Clown Filefish
(Cantherhines dumerili)
Starting at $189.99
…and is best suited for a 100-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock and no invertebrates. These filefish eat branching SPS corals, algae, sponges, sea urchins and mollusks in the wild. They are not suitable for a reef aquarium, but make a great addition to a fish only aquarium. The…
Blue Girdled Angelfish
(Pomacanthus navarchus)
Starting at $149.99
…grazing. The Blue Girdled Angelfish is not a good reef dweller, being prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It generally will not harm small-polyped stony corals and somewhat noxious soft corals.The diet of the Blue Girdled Angelfish should include vegetable…
Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus sp.)
Starting at $16.99
…predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby. Depending upon the species, Snapping Shrimp may also have symbiotic relationships with sponges, corals, or anemones (e.g.; Bartholomea annulata).It is beneficial to the tank as it churns the sand. It thrives in environments with sand, rock caves,…
Regal Angelfish
(Pygoplites diacanthus)
Starting at $99.99
…rock for grazing will offer a good environment. The Regal Angelfish may nip at large-polyped stony corals, an occasional soft coral and clam mantles, but may be kept with small-polyped stony corals and somewhat noxious soft corals.To entice a Regal Angelfish to eat, use a diet of fresh shrimp and…
Justin Credabel's GonioPower® Coral Food
Starting at $9.13
corals, anemones, feather duster worms, clams, sponges, and tunicatesGonioPower Coral Food, a concentrated blend of several varieties of zooplankton, gives your aquarium corals the vitamins, pigments, amino acids, and essential fatty acids they need to stay healthy and vibrant. Developed by coral
Happy Coral Kit
(Assorted sp.)
Starting at $34.99
…100 to 200 Acartia tonsa copepods ideal for 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…
NYOS® Coral Nectar Planktonic Nutrient Solution
Starting at $29.99
…supplementation and subsequent malnutrition could be identified as the cause. Coral Nectar is designed to remedy these issues. Nutrients from plankton and vitamins nourish hard and soft corals, gorgonias, mollusks, sponges, etc., helping to improve color and growth. Formula does not contain any…
Starting at $12.09
…specially formulated to maintain their nutritional value. Great for filter-feeding invertebrates like soft and stony corals, anemones, feather duster worms, clams, sponges, and tunicates. PhytoPlan simulates food webs in closed aquarium ecosystems and, with daily addition, promotes the development…