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White Anemone Crab

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Porcelain Anemone Crab
(Neopetrolisthes ohshimai)
Starting at $7.99
The Porcelain Anemone Crab is white with red spots and/or blotches of red or brown. They have very large front claws which they use to fend off potential predators. They are peaceful, and make a wonderful addition to any reef or invertebrate aquarium.Porcelain Anemone Crabs live together in pairs…
Pom Pom Crab
(Lybia sp.)
Starting at $19.99
The Pom Pom Crab is white to tan in coloration and has darker markings covering the body which serve as camouflage for the crab. This crab carries an anemone in each claw which it uses for defense. Besides defense, the crab will also use the anemones to mop up food off of the rocks and substrate.The…
Condy Anemone
(Condylactis gigantea)
Starting at $11.99
…containing corals. Condy Anemones moves around the tank and have a sting that can inflict grave damage to other anemones and corals. Do not include its natural predator, the large Stareye Hermit Crab of the genus Dardanus. Unlike other anemones, the Condy Anemone does not have a relationship…
Bluestripe Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus excisus)
Starting at $27.99
…fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. They can also be harmed by invertebrates such as crabs and large shrimp. These pipefish usually spend daylight hours…
Arc Eye Hawkfish
(Paracirrhitus arcuatus)
Starting at $29.99
…harass new additions to the tank including other hawkfish and larger fish. If placed in a reef aquarium, the Arc Eye Hawkfish will eat crabs, shrimp, anemones, and smaller fish.The diet should consist of a variety of marine meats and live feeder shrimp.Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 2";…
Banded Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus dactylophorus)
Starting at $29.99
…fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. Pipefish can also be harmed by invertebrates such as crabs and large shrimp. Approximate Purchase Size: Small 2" - 3" Medium…
Janss' Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus janssi)
Starting at $39.99
…fast-moving fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. Pipefish can also be harmed by invertebrates such as crabs and large shrimp. Approximate Purchase Size: 3" - 5"
New Life Spectrum ICK SHIELD Sinking Pellets
(4136)
Starting at $11.5
…use fresh filter media to reduce remaining residue of ICK SHIELD.Advisory:Food must not be consumed by anemones or coral. However, it will not harm invertebrates (such as shrimp, crabs, mollusks & others that do not have a symbiotic relationship with algae).Coral & Planted Tank Feeding Method:Use…
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $139.99
…by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and…
Yellow Multibanded Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus pessuliferus)
Starting at $29.99
…fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. Pipefish can also be harmed by invertebrates such as crabs and large shrimp. Approximate Purchase Size: 3-1/2" - 6"
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