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Starfish

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Red Sea Star
(Fromia milleporella)
Starting at $13.99
The Red Sea Star, or Red Starfish, of the genus Fromia may be various shades of red. Both the Red and the Red & Black Sea Star have multiple black pores (dots) on its surface. The Red & Black Sea Star has black on the tips of its arms.It generally lives alone, but if the aquarium is large enough to…
Linckia Sea Star, Blue
(Linckia laevigata)
Starting at $19.99
…Linckia Sea Star is capable of regenerating a new starfish from almost any portion of its body that might break off. In the home aquarium, this is far less likely. Small pieces of clam meat or tablets can be placed under the Blue Linckia Sea Star starfish to supplement its diet.Approximate Purchase…
Tile Sea Star, Orange/Red
(Fromia monilis)
Starting at $24.99
The Tile Sea Star, or Marble Starfish, is one of the more common of the Fromia species, its coloration making it one of the more striking of all the sea stars. Its central disc will have an orange to deep red color, while its arms have cream-colored spots with a red edging.It is found over sandy…
Chocolate Chip Sea Star
(Protoreaster nodosus)
Starting at $11.99
…Chip Sea Star a highly desirable addition to a FOWLR (Fish Only With Live Rock) aquarium.Also known as the Nodular Sea Star, or Chocolate Chip Starfish, the Chocolate Chip Sea Star naturally inhabits a fairly large habitat. Though most commonly found in shallow lagoons, the Chocolate Chip Sea Star…
Sand Sifting Sea Star
(Astropecten polycanthus)
Starting at $16.99
…a striking beauty and serenity to the alternating bands of brown and beige that dress this invertebrate's thick, spine-covered arms. Like other starfish, Astropecten polycanthus efficiently consumes mass amounts of detritus and uneaten foods. This nocturnally active member of the Astropectinidae…
Orange Sea Star
(Echinaster sp.)
Starting at $29.99
The color of the Orange Sea Star, or Starfish, may range from orange to red. It 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…
Red Thorny Sea Star
(Echinaster echinophorus)
Starting at $13.99
…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 changes in oxygen levels,…
Red Knob Sea Star
(Protoreaster linckii)
Starting at $34.99
The Red Knob Sea Star, also known as the Red Spine Star, African Sea Star, and Red-knobbed Starfish, has a thick, gray body with multiple bright red tubercles extending upward along each of its five arms. Red stripes connect these protrusions, giving its back the appearance of wires interconnecting…
Serpent Sea Star, Fancy Tiger Striped
(Ophiolepsis superba)
Starting at $24.99
The Serpent Sea Star, Fancy Tiger Striped has a sleek physical build and stark coloration. In fact, unlike many starfish common to home aquariums, Ophiolepsis superba has long, almost spindly arms that radiate from its central disc. But what this sea star lacks in arm girth, it more than makes up…
Blue & Pink Sea Star
(Astropecten sp.)
Starting at $19.99
…sifting starfish is also highly active and mobile. It can sift and aerate large amounts of sand as it burrows into and searches through the substrate for food. These peaceful omnivores are a great addition to reef aquariums. They will consume detritus and left over food. Like other starfish, this…
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…
Cowrie, Tiger
(Cypraea tigris)
Starting at $29.99
…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 will not tolerate copper-based…
Dragon Wrasse
(Novaculichthys taeniourus)
Starting at $36.99
…house only one per tank. It should not be placed in a reef aquarium. As the Dragon Wrasse matures it will eat crustaceans, snails, shrimp, starfish, smaller fish, worms, and other invertebrates. It also moves the corals and rearranges the rocks in the aquarium to find food. The aquarium should…
Serpent Sea Star, Caribbean
(Ophioderma sp.)
Starting at $11.99
The Serpent Sea Star of the genus Ophioderma has a central, 5-sided disc with five banded, scaly arms. Depending upon the species and locale, the color can range from maroon, to orange, to green. The central disc can also have variable markings.It does well in an aquarium if provided with ample…
Brittle Sea Star, Fancy
(Ophiure protoreaster)
Starting at $15.99
…and may exhibit dark patterns. The legs are long and are banded with light and dark brown coloration. The legs also have many spines that aid the starfish in finding food. The Fancy Brittle Star enjoys an established saltwater aquarium with plenty of live rock for hiding. It is nocturnal and often…
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