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Sea Cucumbers
Sea Cucumbers are excellent in reef and invertebrate aquariums at cleaning sand, live rock, and the aquarium glass of uneaten food and algae. Water quality must be maintained, and care must be taken with any water intakes/overflows to ensure that the Sea Cucumber cannot become attached to an intake or overlow and get killed.

  Australian Sea Apples
The Australian sea apple extends its tree-like feeding tentacles into the water column to capture tiny planktonic food. A sea apple can make an attractive and interesting addition to well-designed aquarium in which the animal is protected from pump intakes and receives appropriate and sufficient food. The Australian variety is know for the brightest of colors. Caution! Do not house in an aquarium that contains any fish that may pick on its tentacles. Generally, any fish that is prone to pick on feather dusters, will pick on the tentacles of the Sea Apple. These fish include; Butterflyfish, large Angels, and any species that is not safe with inverts. Sea Apples have the ability to releases toxins that may kill fish in the aquarium when they are severely stressed or damaged by pump intakes or overflows. cannot accept responsibility for any loss that may occur should this animal release poison into the aquarium. 

Starting at $49.99
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 Pink Knobby Cucumbers

Bright Pink, Green and Yellow
Description: The pink knobby sea cucumber has attractive red or yellow feeding tentacles which are withdrawn when the animal is out of water or feels threatened. To
see these tentacles, leave the animal in water and don't disturb it. You may have to be patient and wait for the animal to feel safe before it extends its delicate, branched feeding tentacles.Harmless thorns: Thorny sea cucumbers have thorns on their body. But these are soft and they do not sting. They have an under and upper side. The underside has several rows of red tube feet. The tube feet may be used to stick to seagrass and other things.
Diet: When submerged in water, feeding tentacles are extended to gather tiny organic matter suspended in the water. Each tentacle is inserted one by one into the central mouth and wiped clean of any edibles.
Reef Aquarium Compatibility: reef safe
Warning: Like all Invertebrates, it is sensitive to high levels of copper-based medications and will not tolerate high nitrate levels
Approximate Purchase Size: 2" to 3"

$19.99 each
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Yellow Knobby Cucumbers
Colochirus robustus

Description:Yellow Knobby sea cucumber is a beautiful filter feeder for an established reef aquarium.
Recommended Tank size: It requires a 1 gallon or larger aquarium
Feeding and Diet:Yellow Sea Cucumber's filter feeds micro plankton from the water column. Feed any of the available phytoplanktons and zoo planktons. The substrate is another excellent feeding source. Stir the substrate at least once a week, and you will release beneficial food materials for all your filter feeders.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Excellent for an established reef aquarium
Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2" to 11/2"
$14.99 each
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 Assorted Fancy Colored Cucumbers

An Excellent Sand Cleaner!
The sea cucumber group is related to the sea stars, and other echinoderms. Its outside is covered with hundreds of tiny feet which have suction cups at their ends known as tube feet. It feeds with feathery tentacles, sifting the water to trap a food item. In general, keep only 1 cucumber for every 20 gallons of water. It is very sensitive to high levels of copper-based medications and will not tolerate high nitrate levels.

$7.99 each
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