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Tube Worm

18 products
Dwarf Colored Feather Duster
(Bispira sp.)
Starting at $11.99
…the crown. The Dwarf Colored Feather Duster protects its segmented body by secreting a parchment tube to cover itself. When it is disturbed or threatened, it can quickly pull its radiole into the tube. If the Dwarf Colored Feather Duster is severely stressed, it will discard its crown, growing it…
Christmas Tree Worm on Rock, Multicolor
(Spirobranchus porites)
Starting at $34.99
…the host coral. It has an operculum (top trap door) that covers its tube when it withdraws its crown. There are often several Christmas Tree Worms in the same area, though they do not live in close groups.The Christmas Tree Worm is somewhat shy of movement and prefers to be in the shade of rocky…
Feather Duster
(Sabellastarte sp.)
Starting at $14.99
…mouth, located at the center of the crown. It protects its segmented body by secreting a parchment-like tube to cover itself. When it is disturbed, it can quickly pull in its radiole into the tube. If it is severely stressed, it will discard its crown, growing it back later.The Feather Duster is…
Cluster Duster, Colored
(Bispira brunnea)
Starting at $36.99
…withdrawn into the parchment tubes if alarmed, and they are easily alarmed. If they become continually frightened or subjected to poor water quality, they may discard their radioles (fan tentacles). They will be re-grown only under proper conditions. Their mass of tubes are somewhat delicate, so…
Hawaiian Feather Duster
(Sabellastarte sp.)
Starting at $9.99
…at the center of the crown. It protects its segmented body by secreting a parchment-like tube to cover itself. When the Hawaiian Feather Duster is disturbed, it can quickly retract its radiole into the tube. If it is severely stressed, the Hawaiian Feather Duster will discard its crown, growing it…
Hard Tube Coco Worm
(Protula bispiralis)
Starting at $29.99
…be banded or patterned. Younger Hard Tube Coco Worms have bi-lobed crowns, while the crowns of older individuals are spiraled.The Hard Tube Coco Worm secretes a calcareous tube, approximately 1/2 inch in diameter and 5-8 inches long, to house its vulnerable worm body. When disturbed, it can quickly…
Orangethroat Pikeblenny
(Chaenopsis alepidota)
Starting at $39.99
…piled to create a honeycomb of tunnels. It is reputed that the Orangethroat Pikeblenny inhabits empty worm tubes in the wild. To best recreate this, consider using PVC or flexible vinyl tubing up to 1/2" in diameter as a sensible substitute. While relatively peaceful towards other fish, the…
Kent Marine Strontium and Molybdenum
(4446)
Starting at $9.99
…health of hard & soft aquarium coralsProvides bio-available strontium for lush growth of purple, pink and green calcareous algaes, snails, hard tube worms and clams. Benefits soft corals and gorgonians that have imbedded spicules in their tissues. With regular use, corals will open up more and stay…
Zooplanktos-M
(4200)
Starting at $15.15
…acid, and Citric acid.Overview Provides zooplankton ranging in size from 500 - 1,000µm (1mm). Ideally-sized for many stony corals, clams, tube worms, larval crustaceans, juvenile fishes, and adult planktivorous and fishes that prey on micro-invertebrates. Does not require refrigeration. Supplemented…
Freshwater Neon Blue Goby
(Stiphodon sp.)
Starting at $14.99
…the health of the Neon Blue Goby. A fast-moving, oxygen-rich environment can be achieved through the use of powerheads. Make sure the airline tubing connected to the powerhead inlet is drawing in fresh air. The use of a slightly oversized filter will also increase filtration and water movement.…
Annularis Angelfish, Juvenile, Captive Bred
(Pomacanthus annularis)
Starting at $79.99
…of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing. Like most other larger angelfish, they will nip at sessile invertebrates such as tube worms, feather dusters, clams, along with soft and stony corals. All Angelfish are considered hermaphroditic, and visibly, it is not possible to…
Banded Butterflyfish
(Chaetodon striatus)
Starting at $29.99
…in the evening, as they are highly vulnerable to larger predators.The Banded Butterflyfish is a carnivore, feeding on reef inhabitants such as tube worms, anemones, corals, and occasionally crustaceans. Use care when housing in a reef tank, as they will eat most invertebrates in the aquarium! The…
Elephant Nose
(Gnathonemus petersii)
Starting at $17.99
…rocks for hiding places where it can find refuge from the light. To better appreciate this fish, many hobbyists will purchase a "ghost tube," a clear plastic tube that facilitates viewing during the day. Once accustomed to its surroundings, the Elephant Nose can become incredibly tame and trusting…
Reticulated Hillstream Loach
(Sewellia lineolata)
Starting at $12.99
…the Reticulated Hillstream Loach. A fast-moving, oxygen-rich environment can be achieved through the use of powerheads. Make sure the airline tubing connected to the powerhead inlet is drawing in fresh air. Also, avoid high water temperatures to ensure greater dissolved oxygen content. The…
Kent Marine Liquid Calcium
(4478)
Starting at $10.99
…needed in marine aquariums Provides necessary calcium to enhance the growth of hard corals, soft corals, and other reef invertebrates. Great for tube worms, snails, and clams, as well as purple, pink, and green encrusting calcareous algae (coralline algae). With regular use, corals open more often…
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