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Blue Dot Jawfish
Opistognathus rosenblatti

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You Tube Video of the Blue Dot Jawfish
Description: The Blue Dot Jawfish, also known as the Bluespotted Jawfish, was discovered in the Tropical Eastern Atlantic in 1991 by Allen and Robertson. Its head and body are orange with different shaped metallic blue spots covering all but the fins. As a matter of fact, the neon blue dots actually glow under the aquarium actinic lights! Consider to be the most beautiful and desirable of the jawfish. The Blue Dot Jawfish spends the majority of its time in and around its burrow which serves as its home. A fish that loves to people watch, keep a tight fitting lid to prevent jumping out of the aquarium if startled from your movements.

Tank Recommendations: It should be kept in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with docile tank mates. Jawfish require sand substrate as this is how they make their burrows and at least 3 inches is recommended for burrowing. These fish are very aggressive towards others of their own species, so only one specimen, or a mated pair, should be kept per tank. May attack small ornamental shrimps. The Blue Dot Jawfish is known to be a jumper, so it is best kept in an aquarium with a tight-fitting lid to prevent escape.

Food and diet: Feed a varied diet consisting of chopped meaty marine foods. These foods include krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel. It is also a good idea to occasionally supplement with some type of herbivore diet.

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimaton Time: 2+ hours

Reef Compatibility Yes

Approximate Purchase Size: Large 3" to 4"



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Neon Velvet Damselfish
Neoglyphidodon oxyodon
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Description: The Neon Velvet Damselfish start out as attractive and hardy display in the home aquarium, especially when in schools. These fish make excellent companions for aggressive tankmates with other damselfish, dottybacks, angelfish and puffers.


Tank Recommendations: The aquarium should be a minimum of 30 gallons and contain plenty of hiding spots as well as open water for swimming. This is a very active species that will spend a lot of time rapidly dashing back and forth out in the open. Ideally use rock or coral to create small nooks and hiding places.

Food and diet: Damsels require a varied diet of meaty foods, such as mysis and vitamin-enriched shrimp. It is always best to feed several small meals throughout the day.

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimaton Time: 1+ hours

Reef Compatibility: Reef or Community Aquarium

Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 1-1/2"







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Banner (Bangai) Cardinal Fish - Tank Raised
Pterapogon Kauderni
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Description: Bangaii Cardinalfish (Pterapogon kauderni) is a tropical cardinalfish (family Apogonidae). Also known as the Kaudern's Cardinalfish or Longfin Cardinalfish, it has a majority of silver highlighted by black striping and white dots on the body and on the long fins. P. kauderni is a mouthbrooding species with no planktonic larval stage, which makes it among one of the easiest marine species to breed in captivity. The male holds the fertilized eggs in his mouth until full development, releasing them as juveniles. Banggai Cardinals have a spawn size of anywhere from 12 to 50 fry, which develop in the male's mouth for 20-24 days. They will spawn every 30 days and it is not uncommon to observe this in home aquaria. The juveniles emerge ready to take newly hatched brine shrimp. For these reasons, this is a species many home aquarists get excited to breed.

Tank Recommendations: You need a minimum of a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with live rock for caves and hiding places. Keep with peaceful tank mates. May be kept in small groups of up to a 1/2 dozen but keep away from larger groups unless you have an aquarium of 125 gallons or more.

Feeding: Requires a well balanced diet of meaty foods such as feeder shrimp, flake foods, pellet foods, marine flesh, bloodworms, and depending on its size, live feeder fish.

Level of Care: Moderate

Reef CompatibilityExcellent

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/4" to 2"





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Aquarium Conditioned
Coral Beauty Angelfish
Centropyge bispinosus, Fiji

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Description: The Coral Beauty Angelfish is very popular among hobbyists, because of its beautiful colors, hardiness and smaller size. Full size is only up to 4 inches. The gorgeous, velvet like colors of this fish cannot be captured in photos. Very active, personable, and hardy.

TankRecommendations: Provide a 70 gallon or larger tank with large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing on micro fauna.

Food and diet: Provide a balanced diet. Feed frozen foods from a wide range of food groups that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as a good pellet food.

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours

Reef Compatibility : With Carution

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4", Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"







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Aquarium Conditioned
Queen Angelfish
Holocanthus ciliaris
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Description: The queen angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) is a large and hardy angelfish commonly found near reefs in the warmer sections of the western Atlantic Ocean. Since they come from the Caribbean, the Queen Angelfish can handle water temperatures a little higher than some other large angels. Temperature can be safely up to 82 degrees for the Queen of the Caribbean. Queen angelfish get their royal title from the speckled, blue-ringed black spot on their heads that resembles a crown. Queen angels are among the most strikingly colorful of all reef fishes. They are shy fish, found either alone or often in pairs. If you order a Juvenile Queen Angelfish, the Small size will be in total Juvenile colors and pattern. The Medium and Large Juvenile will have a coloration and pattern a mixture of the Juvenile and Adult.

Tank Recommendations:Fairly large they can grow up to 18 inches in length. Large angelfish require large real estate. If you deny your queen angel the size aquarium his species requires, there will be health problems. The psychological stress which comes from a saltwater fish not having its necessary size will often show in a break down of the immune response leading to disease. Your angelfish requires a mature tank where algae is growing well, lots of live rock and a fine sand or coral rubble substrate.

Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.

Food and diet: Feed your fish 2 or 3 Times a Day. Feed only proper Angelfish foods that contain vitamin supplements. We use Ocean Nutritions Frozen sponge based food called "Angel Formula". Especially formulated for marine Angelfish Ocean Nutritions frozen food blend contains their primary natural food, namely marine sponges, combined with fresh seafood, oyster meat, scallop roe, fresh seaweed Spirulina, and Nori. We also use and recommend Hikari's Mega Marine Angel food. It includes Sponge, sea algae, sea urchin, sea worms, plankton, krill, shrimp, clam, mussel, squid, spirulina, algae extract, and cod liver oil. Both are excellent frozen foods.

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours

Approximate Size: Juvenile Large: 2" to 3" Adult Medium: 3-1/2" to 5"; Large: 5" to 6";

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Captive-Bred Tigertail Seahorse
Hippocampus comes
Picture of Tigertail Seahorse, Hippocampus comes
Video 1-1/2 Year Old Pair Hippocampus Comes Seahorse's



Description: Named for its black and yellow striped tail, the tiger tail seahorse (Hippocampus comes) will grow to between 6 and 8 inches. It is an unusual-looking fish, with an upright posture, curved trunk, and grasping, prehensile tail. The head, which is positioned at right angles to the body, bears a long, tubular snout, and the eyes are able to swivel independently. Unusually for a fish, seahorses lack scales, and the skin is stretched over a serious of bony plates which appear as obvious rings around the trunk and tail. The dorsal fin is used for locomotion, and two small, ear-like pectoral fins are used for steering. The Males of the species are often blackish, while females are usually yellowish. Both have a camouflage of stripes and blotches with dramatic markings around the eyes. The coloration may change in the aquarium and is highly dependent on the colors of its environment.

The mating ritual of the Tigertail Seahorse is quite fascinating. When the male is ready to mate, he will present the female with a dance, color changes, blatant pouch displays, and active gyrations. If the female is receptive, she will entwine tails with the male, dance, and promenade with it, and then insert as many as 500 to 600 eggs in the male pouch. About two weeks later, the male gives birth to between 50 and 400 miniature duplicates of the pair.

Tank Conditions The Tiger Tail Seahorse Seahorse should ideally be kept in temperatures between 72 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit. A pH value of 8.1 or 8.4, and a specific gravity of 1.020 to 1.025 should be maintained. When kept with invertebrates, the specific gravity range should be 1.020 to 1.025, for the invertebrate species. In a fish only aquarium, the specific gravity should fall between 1.020 and 1.023

Tank Recommendations These social swimmers thrive when kept either as a mated pair or as a group in a species only aquarium. For a pair a 30 gallon aquarium will do, for every two additional seahorses add 10 gallons to the minimum size. Seahorses may be kept with small, slow feeding fish such as smaller gobies, pipefish, dragonets, and firefish. Stay away from aggressive, territorial, and fast moving fish as they will not be good neighbors for the seahorse.

Food and Diet: Our captive bred seahorses thrive on frozen Brine shrimp and frozen mini mysis shrimp. They should be fed at least 2 to 3 times a day. Their diet may be supplemented by amphipods and copepods found in the live rock. Adding a refugium to the aquarium will increase this food source greatly.

Looking for the best food to feed your Seahorses? We recommend AlgaGen Reefpods Tisbe

Reef Compatability: Yes

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimation time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: 2" to 3"

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Erectus Seahorse, Captive-Bred
Hippocampus Erectus

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Captive-Bred Hippocampus Erectus Seahorse


Description: The Captive-Bred Erectus seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) is one of the hardiest seahorse species making it a great choice for the dedicated enthusiast. Also called the lined seahorse, they will grow to approximately 7.5 inches and lifespan is around 5 years. The H.erectus species can be found with a myriad of colors, from greys and blacks to tan to yellow. The Erectus seahorse lives in the Atlantic Ocean as far north as Canada and as far south as the Caribbean, Mexico, and Venezuela. It swims in an erect position and uses its dorsal and pectoral fins for guidance while swimming. Tank Bred seahorses are quite hardy, and a smart alternative to wild caught seahorses. We highly recommended to NOT combine tank bred seahorses with wild caught sea horses due to the passing of serious disease issues.

Tank Recommendations: These social swimmers thrive when kept either as a mated pair or as a group in a species only aquarium. For a pair a 30 gallon aquarium will do, for every two additional seahorses add 10 gallons to the minimum size. Seahorses may be kept with small, slow feeding fish such as smaller gobies, pipefish, dragonets, and firefish. Stay away from aggressive, territorial, and fast moving fish as they will not be good neighbours for the seahorse. Seahorses need objects in the tank that they can attach themselves to with their prehensile tails, artificial plants, smooth rocks and artificial branching coral are ideal; avoid live corals and sharp rocks as these can injure the seahorses. In order to maintain coloration, we suggest keeping them in bright lighting with brightly colored objects that they may use as hitches. The Captive-Bred Erectus Seahorse should ideally be kept in temperatures between 72 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit. A pH value of 8.1 or 8.4, and a specific gravity of 1.020 to 1.025 should be maintained. When kept with invertebrates, the specific gravity range should be 1.020 to 1.025, for the invertebrate species. In a fish only aquarium, the specific gravity should fall between 1.020 and 1.023

Food and diet: Our captive bred seahorses will thrive on frozen Brine and mini mysis shrimp. They need to be fed at least 2 to 3 times a day. Their diet may be supplemented by amphipods and copepods found in the live rock. Adding a refugium to the aquarium will increase this food source greatly.

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimaton Time: 2+ hours

Reef Compatibility : Yes

Approximate Purchase Size: 3" to 4"

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Aquarium Conditioned Bicolor Angelfish
Centropyge Bicolor, Fiji

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YouTube Video of Dwarf Bicolor Angel




Description: The Bicolor Angelfish Centropyge bicolor is one of the most easily recognized fish. Also known as the Blue and Gold Angel, Pacific Rock Beauty, Oriole Angelfish, Two-Colored Angel, and the Oriole Dwarf Angel. Its bright yellow front half contrasting with the deep royal blue on its back half, gives it a striking coloration. Because of the advancements in the marine aquarium hobby, a once hard to keep dwarf angelfish, now the Bicolor Angelfish does well because of the quality of live rock contained in most aquariums which enables it to freely graze until it learns to accept frozen foods. We collect our specimens from Fiji and The Coral Sea because they have proven to be much better quality than those being collected in the Indo-Pacific or Philippine region. The Bicolor Angelfish is one of the least aggressive of the dwarf angelfish. It is not the best suited for a reef environment since it likes to pick at clam mantles as well as many different stony and soft corals. It is possible to keep it in a reef tank dominated by mushroom corals and zoa polyps however since they do not like their taste. They also will stay away from other invertebrates such as shrimp, snails and crabs.

TankRecommendations: A decent sized tank, at least 55-60 gallons, with algae growing on live rock is recommended. Make sure they are offered lots of hiding places and a diet which includes vegetable matter, small crustaceans, and worms. They are aggressive for a dwarf angelfish, especially in a tank under 75 gallons. Keeping with more semi-aggressive to aggressive fish would also be advisable.

Food and diet: Provide a balanced diet. Feed frozen foods from a wide range of food groups that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as a good pellet food.

Level of Care: Moderate

Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours

Reef Compatibility : With Carution

Approximate Purchase Size: 2-1/2 to 3 inches





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Aquarium Conditioned, Tessalata Eel
Gymnothorax favagineus ,Indian Ocean
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Description: The Tesselata Eel, Gymnothorax favagineus, also known as the Lace Moray Eel and Honeycomb Moray Eel is one of the most visually striking eels in the home aquarium trade.As an juvenile, the spots form a lattice pattern. In adults, the spots become smaller, so more of the white background is showing. Although lovely, it gets large (so house it accordingly) and it is very predatory, feeding on any fish it can swallow. Do not underestimate its ability to ingest fish tankmates, some of which may look to large for it to swallow! It is also a eel predator and will make short work of morays that are smaller than it is. It will jump out of open aquariums and may even knock off glass tops at night when it moves about the aquarium. Tessalata Moray Eels are ideally suited for larger FOWLR systems with aggressive tank mates that will not fit into their mouths.

Recommended Tank: Tessalata's require an aquarium of at least 150 gallons, a sand substrate, and plenty of live rock, which provides at least one (preferably two) caves where it can hide its entire body (make sure the live rock is secure as they are a powerful species and can dislodge rockwork). They should also be equipped with efficient biological and mechanical filtration and would greatly benefit from the addition of a quality protein skimmer to assist with organic waste. Eels are known for their excellent escape and jumping skills and should only be housed in an aquarium with a tight-fitting, sealed hood; they are also a nocturnal species and should only be exposed to subdued lighting conditions during their first few days of acclimation to a new environment.

Food and diet: Carnivorous, may require live food to initiate feeding. May accept pieces of fresh shrimp impaled on a feeding stick. Known to engage in some long periods of fasting, for months at a time, without harm.

Reef Compatability: Not Suggested

Level of Care: Moderate

Approximate Purchase Size: Large: 10" to 15";





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Aquarium Conditioned Diamond Watchman Goby
Valencienna puellaris

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Description: The Diamond Watchman Goby is also called the Orange Diamond Goby, the Pretty Prawn goby or the the Maiden goby. The Diamond Watchman Goby will usually dig a burrow underneath a rock in your aquarium, in which it will sleep and hide when frightened. Not only is it a very beautiful fish, but it is also quite beneficial for aquariums, since it will oxygenate the sand bed and stir up any waste. The name "Watchman" comes from their behavior in the wild, where they act as watchmen for the shrimp. The Diamond Goby is known to take an aquarium that has been ignored, filthy with detritus, and working non stop it starts passing the sand through its gills and makes the sand white again. It also seems to enjoy stacking sand in little mounds, which can be an interesting sight to behold.

Tank Recommendations: The ideal aquarium should have plenty of room at the bottom and a sandbed of at least two inches in depth. When startled or threatened, they have been known to jump out of uncovered aquariums. Always keep the tank covered and provide plenty of hiding places to retreat to.

Food and diet: They continually feed off the bottom while sifting through the sand. They also need to be fed a balanced diet of frozen foods including live and frozen brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, black worms, and other prepared foods for carnivores. We suggest feeding twice a day.

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimaton Time: 2+ hours

Reef Compatibility : Excellent

Approximate Purchase Size: Medium 2" to 2-1/2", Large 3" to 4"






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Aquarium Conditioned Aurora Goby
Cryptocentrus aurora

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Description: The Aurora Goby,(Amblyeleotris aurora) also known as the Beautiful Pink Bar Goby or Flame Tail Goby. The Aurora Shrimpgoby is white with orange bars. A small red band marks each cheek. Its tail is actually pointed, has bright yellow with striking deep red markings circled in black. It is commonly referred to as a Shrimp Goby due to the close relationship that can form between the Aurora Goby and various shrimp. It is a boldly colored shrimp goby from the waters off south Africa, in the Indian Ocean. Shrimp Gobies live a symbiotic relationship with snapping shrimps. The Goby stands guard while the shrimps play "housekeeper" to their burrow, continually digging and cleaning the sand. The Gobies will signal when predators are near. Another beautiful fish not often seen at your local LFS!


Tank Recommendations: The ideal aquarium should have plenty of room at the bottom and a sandbed of at least two inches in depth. It requires an aquarium of 10 gallons or larger in size. When startled or threatened, they have been known to jump out of uncovered aquariums. Always keep the tank covered and provide plenty of hiding places to retreat to.

Food and diet: They continually feed off the bottom while sifting through the sand. They also need to be fed a balanced diet of frozen foods including live and frozen brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, black worms, and other prepared foods for carnivores. We suggest feeding twice a day.

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimaton Time: 2+ hours

Reef Compatibility : Excellent

Approximate Purchase Size: Large: 3" to 4"






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Bullet Hole Black Snowflake, Captive-Bred
Amphiprion ocellaris
Picture of Bullet Hole Black Snowflake Clownfish
YouTube Video of Bullet Hole Black Snowflake Clownfish





Description: The Bullet Hole Black Snowflake (Amphiprion ocellaris) is the rarest most exotic results of the crossing of a Black Ocellaris with a Snowflake Clownfish. These beautiful fish have deep black bodies with an irregular white zig zag in the mid-section, accented with multiple "bullet hole" black circles. As the fish grows larger, the intense coloration will become even more pronounced! Each one is truly unique and an awesome addition to any aquarium. Captive-bred clownfish are easy to breed in the home aquarium. The females will be the largest of the pair, and two fish will usually stay close to each other in the aquarium. These fish are egg layers and will deposit the eggs on a flat surface, and defend the eggs from other tank mates. The eggs will normally hatch in 6-11 days depending on the temperature. The fry must be reared in a separate aquarium on a diet of rotifers then baby brine shrimp.

Minimum tank size: 20 Gallon

Feeding and diet: All clownfish are omnivores, meaning they need to eat both meaty foods along with some greens in their diet. A high quality marine flake food, rich in spirulina and algae, as well as freeze dried and frozen foods are readily accepted and will provide the nutrition they need.

Reef Compatibility: Excellent Reef Fish

Level of Care: Easy

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 2"







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Reef Aquarium Invertebrates On Sale

Sexy Shrimp
Thor amboinensis
Food and diet: The tiny Sexy Shrimp has enjoyed good popularity among marine hobbyists throughout the years. It is called the sexy shrimp due to the way it is constantly twirling its body even when stationary. They are a type of anemone shrimp that are normally found in association with anemones in the wild.
Curiously named Thor Amboinensis despite their size. Very small, they are well suited to nano and even pico aquariums. Like the Fire shrimp and the Cleaner Shrimp, the Sexy shrimp are commonly found throughout the Indo-Pacific where they are collected in large numbers for the trade. They are also relatively cheap as a result, making them very accessible to all saltwater tank enthusiasts.
Tank mate selection is important. Due to their small size, they are easily harrased and consumed by larger fish. Strictly no basslets, groupers or any other large carnivores. They do well with pygmy angels. Although i'd avoid housing them with large angels just incase.
Upon introduction and acclimation, they will seek out an anemone host. If one is not found they will make do with substitutes from a variety of corals. Mushrooms, Green star polyps, clove polyps are good candidates for a substitute host. The sexy shrimp is a social creature that does well in groups. I've personally kept them in groups of 5 with little friction. Though there may be some infighting now and again.
Feeding: Sexy shrimp are omnivores that will eat anything meaty and some greens. They will graze from one end to another end of the tank on microalgae's. But upon introducing a few pellets or a tasty morsel of some sort they head straight for it. Generally any kind of sinking pellet will do
Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger
Reef Compatibility:excellent, does well in groups
Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2" to 3/4"

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 Peppermint Shrimp
Lysmata wurdemanni complex

Do you have pesky aptasia anenome's taking over your tank?
Description: The Peppermint Shrimp is a smart addition to all reef aquariums because of its desire to eat nuisance glass anemones (Aiptasia) and they act as a great cleaner shrimp and detritus eater. What more can you ask for!

Peppermint Shrimp are very easy to care for and prefer to be kept in groups. The body of the Peppermint shrimp is somewhat transparent with red stripes that run parallel along their body. They should be fed daily and will not harm other shrimp. Peppermint Shrimp grow quickly and will molt. Leftover shells are not dead shrimp, you are seeing the exoskeleton remains of what was shed, when the molting occurs.

Care Level:
Easy
Temperament:
Peaceful
Diet:
The diet of the Peppermint Shrimp may include Brine, live or frozen foods, pellet and flaked foods.
Reef Compatability:Excellent reef aquarium species,gets along well with all tank mates
Acclimation Time: 2+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/4" to 1-1/2

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Skunk Cleaner Shrimp
Lysmata amboinensis
Description: Skunk Cleaner Shrimp are extraordinarily versatile shrimp perfect for reef tanks, and also for fish-only tanks. They are omnivorous scavengers, eating almost anything, but are most-well known for their symbiotic relationship with many fish. When a fish comes down with Ich or other types of skin problems, the fish will swim up next to the shrimp and patiently tread water while waiting for the shrimp to clean its body of parasites. For the shrimp's part, it is usually quite diligent and will pick dead skin and necrotic material off the fish, keeping it disease free. This is a fascinating behavior to watch, not to mention practical in a reef tank where Ich outbreaks can threaten fish, but most Ich medications will kill off corals. The cleaner shrimps will be less shy if kept in 2-3 member groups; they will establish their own "cleaner stations" on live rock and fish will know where to seek them when they require their services. Skunk Cleaner Shrimp are very sensitive to quickly changing water conditions, so keep water quality high. Healthy shrimp will molt on a regular basis, another fascinating thing to watch.
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Cleaner shrimp are omnivores that will eat anything meaty and some greens. They will graze from one end to another end of the tank on microalgae's. But upon introducing a few pellets or a tasty morsel of some sort they head straight for it. Generally any kind of sinking pellet will do
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species,gets along well with tank mates.
Acclimation Time: 2+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Medium: 1" to 1-1/2"; Large: 1-1/2" to 2"; XLarge: 2" to 3"

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Medium $22.99 Reg. Price of $27.99
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 Harlequin Shrimp
Hymenocera elegans

Description:This truly is one of the most stunning and beautiful Shrimps to be found. With good water quality, a peaceful environment and the proper food, you should have no trouble in maintaining this species for a good many years. The body is of a pinkish-white or white color, splashed with large purple-edged pink spots, and sometimes reddish or light orangish toned looking spots. This shrimp remains very small, only reaching an average length of 1 to 2 inches. Like with all invertebrates, this shrimp is sensitive to copper medications.
Care: As with any marine species, water quality plays an important role in ensuring they remain healthy. Being an invertebrate, shrimp do not tolerate anything less than perfect reef grade water. If you can provide consistent water quality, you should have no trouble at all in being able to keep your Harlequin shrimp healthy and free of problems.
Being a timid species, it is also vital to ensure their aquarium is safe from predators or other animals that may harass them. Even a fast moving fish passing by can cause these shrimp stress and they may go into hiding and be unable to properly eat. As pets, taking the simple precautions of having pump inlets protected and any possible predators removed will make keeping this species a simple matter.
Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger
Reef Compatibility:Very good
Approximate Purchase Size: 1"

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Tiger Pistol Shrimp
Alpheus bellulus
Description:By far the interesting aspect of pistol shrimp are their ability to form a symbiotic relationship with some species of goby fish. This is commonly seen in pistol shrimps belonging to the genus Alpheus such as the tiger pistol shrimp and Randall's pistol shrimp.The Tiger Pistol Shrimp's body is tan with rust colored broken stripes running across the back and vivid Blue stripes on its legs, arms, and antennae. These beneficial shrimp will constantly move gravel making them excellent sand stirrers in the reef aquarium, as well as scavenging any uneaten food. The sound it makes comes from an appendage on the pincher which moves when the pincher is opened or closed and water is ejected. The Tiger Pistol Shrimp have a symbiotic relationship with gobies . The goby, with better eyesight, warns the shrimp of predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby. Tiger Pistol Shrimp thrive in environments with sand, rock caves, and areas of lower light. They will hang out in the lower portion of the tank, near rocks or ledges to keep out of the direct light. If in pairs, one will often stand guard at the burrow while the other is inside.
Food and diet:Pistol Shrimp will accept any meaty freeze-dried and frozen foods and bottom feeder tablets.
Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger
Reef Compatibility:Very good
Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 1-3/4"
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Coral Banded Shrimp
Stenopus hispidus
Description: Coral Banded Shrimp are very popular among reefkeepers due to their exquisite coloring and active nature. They are a beautiful addition to the reef with candycane striped bodies, multiple pairs of bright white antennae, and 3 pairs of miniature claws. They are very active and enjoy lots of live rock to scour for detritus, and will hunt and kill pest bristle worms. They are also active "cleaner shrimp". Fish will swim close and allow the shrimp to pick parasites from the flesh. They will also feed on uneaten fish food that falls to the bottom such as frozen foods, pellet and flake. They are reef-safe and only one should be kept per tank, unless they are a confirmed mated pair in which case the pair can be kept in the same tank. Hardy, but must be acclimated slowly to avoid any salinity and/or pH shock.

Feeding: Coral Banded Shrimp shrimp are omnivores that will eat anything meaty and some greens. They will graze from one end to another end of the tank on microalgae's. But upon introducing a few pellets or a tasty morsel of some sort they head straight for it. Generally any kind of sinking pellet will do.

Reef Compatibility:Excellent

Acclimation Time: 2+ hours

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"
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Blood Red Fire Shrimp
Lysmata debelius

Excellent Cleaner Shrimp (Fish) & Detritus Eater (decayed) for Sand and Rock
Description : Also called The True Red Fire Shrimp, or Blood Red Fire Shrimp, the Red Fire Shrimp is a brilliant deep red with white antennae and small white spots. It by far, is one of the most popular shrimp in the aquarium hobby. Keep as few or as many as you like together, because the Red Fire shrimp is a social species, getting along with other Red Fire Shrimp and also getting along with any other saltwater shrimp you may have/want in your tank. So summing it all up they are perfect for most reef tanks, and fish-only tanks as long as the tank does not have any saltwater fish that pose a predatory risk to shrimp (crustaceans). They are omnivorous scavengers, eating almost anything, but are excellent for their symbiotic relationship with many fish for cleaning. When a fish comes down with Ich or other types of skin problems, the fish will swim up next to the shrimp and patiently tread water while waiting for the shrimp to clean its body of parasites. For the shrimp's part, it is usually quite diligent and will pick dead skin and necrotic material off the fish, keeping it disease free. This is a fascinating behavior to watch, not to mention practical in a reef tank where Ich outbreaks can threaten fish, but most Ich medications will kill off corals. Like all saltwater shrimp, the Red Fire Shrimp are very sensitive to quickly changing water conditions, so keep water quality high. A healthy shrimp will molt on a regular basis, almost bi monthly and its another fascinating thing to watch.
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Fire shrimp are omnivores that will eat anything meaty and some greens. They will graze from one end to another end of the tank on microalgae's. But upon introducing a few pellets or a tasty morsel of some sort they head straight for it. Generally any kind of sinking pellet will do
Reef Compatability: Excellent reef aquarium species, totally reef safe for all inhabitants and corals.
Acclimation Time: 2+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Large: 1-3/4" to 2"; XLarge: 2" to 2-3/4"

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Purple Pin Cushion Urchins
Lytechinus vaniegatus
Description: The Pincushion Urchin is completely reef safe. It is a small Urchin that has sharp protruding spines. They grow to only 2 to 3-1/4 inches in the aquarium. In Nature, their spines serve as their defense mechanism from predators. All Urchins are nocturnal and do most of their grazing/cleaning at night. During the day they will usually stay stationary hidden somewhere on the aquarium glass, or in hiding spots in rockwork. Urchins are an excellent algae eaters for both glass and rockwork alike. Excellent on hair algae outbreaks.

A great choice for the aquarium they will use a series of tube feet on their underside to move about the tank in search of algae and detritus (old food, etc). They will scour your rockwork, glass and sandbed. Their color ranges from greens to pinks to purples. Multicolor is often seen with the spikes one color and the body another.
Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Peaceful

Food and diet: The urchin is best kept in an aquarium where it will have ample supplies of algae to eat.

Reef Compatability:Excellent

Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 1-1/2"
$14.99 reg. $19.99

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Dalmation Linckia Sea Starfish
Linckia multifora

Description:The Dalmation Linckia is a multi-color Linckia that is found in many colorations. The picture is just of one particular Dalmation, but there are many different color patterns and all are outstanding to look at. This species has been known to reproduce asexually in aquariums, by breaking off an arm and that arm creating a whole new Starfish. They are also known to have an unusal nimber of arms at times. Quite interesting. A truly incredible species! They are completely reef safe and are a must have for anyone with either a fish-only or reef tank.
Diet:If introduced to a large well established aquarium, very little needs to be done to supplement Linckias. The bacterial film that comprises the mainstay of the Linckias diet usually appears in abundance in well established and seasoned aquariums.
Notes: Starfish are intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water, and cannot tolerate copper-based medications. Extra care and time should be taken whenever acclimating this animal.The drip acclimation method is highly recommended for all Sea Stars due to their intolerability to changes in water chemistry. Linckia Starfish must never receive exposure to air during acclimation.
Level of Care: Moderate
Reef Compatibility:Very good
Purchase Size: Medium: 3" to 4"
$24.99 reg $29.99

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Rose Bulb Anemone's
Entacmaea quadricolor sp.
Description: Highly in demand,the Rose Bulb Anemone is the less seen color variation of the Bubble Tip Anemone. When housed beneath bright aquarium lighting, the Rose Bulb Anemone develops a unique bulb tip at the end of its tentacles, hence the name Bulb Anemone. When hungry, this member of the Actiniidae family will stretch its sweeper tentacles to grab food from the water column. After feeding, the tentacles then shorten again

Lighting Requirements: In order for the Rose Bulb Anemone to stay beautiful, intense lighting is required. This can be from LED's, halides, T5's or any good lighting but for the rose to keep its color super bright make sure you are giving it some good lighting..A good indication of requiring more lighting is if the
Rose Bulb Anemone remains tight or compact with bulb like tips its getting good light. If the aquarium lighting is insufficient, the Rose Bulb Anemone will enlarge its body to get the most out of the light provided.

Diet and Feeding: Its diet should include chopped fish, shrimp, or worms if a clownfish is not present, feed with a feeding stick. Pieces should be cut smaller than the size of the anemones mouth. At times, the tentacles may appear stringy; this may be due to insufficient light or the need for food. Under ideal conditions under high intensity lighting and proper keeping, the Rose Anemone can grow up to about 8 inches in diameter.

Approximate Inflated Size: Medium 3" to 4-1/2" inflated


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Ultra Maxi Mini Carpet Anemone
Stichodactyla tapetum

Description: Wait till you see these under LED's or actinic lighting! These are not died colors. This photo has not been touched up. Maxi Mini Carpet Anemone's are also called Pizza Anemone's. They are exceptionally hardy, easy to keep , and extremely simple to clone by cutting. Maxi mini carpets come from Vietnam. They came into the U.S. market about 5 years ago and only recently have the really nice colors been coming in! Unlike the mini carpet anemones, these maxi anemones come in a rainbow of colors and grow up to 5 inches.

The maxi mini anemone is very easy to keep and acclimates within minutes when you introduce it into your tank. It prefers to live in rock and will move quickly to your rock work if you placeit on a sand bed. A good suggestion is to have a few pieces of rubble rock around to place the anemones in so they won't move around too much. Once they are settled in to their spot with good light and decent flow, they will usually stay in one place. Most people keep their anemones under LED's, PC's, and T5's. When keeping under LED's keep them only lower down in a tank. To see all the beautiful colors in Maxi Mini Carpet Anemones actinic / blue lighting is required to get the beauties to fluoresce under.

Maxi mini carpets have a week sting compared to other anemones and other corals. They are not aggressive and you don't have to worry about them digesting your corals during the night, like some other corals would do. I would not advise putting them next to other types of anemones as the maxi minis will probably be damaged. You can keep several maxi mini carpet anemones together in a tank. Since they come in a variety of striking colors, a maxi mini tank is quite beautiful.


Diet Though mostly photosynthetic, supplemental feeding's of raw table shrimp, clam, mussel, silversides, squid and other marine based meats can be fed every few days. Pieces should be cut roughly to the size of the anemones mouth.
Care Level: Easy
Aggresiveness: Peaceful
Lighting Requirements: Moderate
Water Flow: Medium
Approximate Purchase Size: About 21/2 to 3 inches fully open. Colors will vary by availability.

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Colored Tipped Reef Anemone's
Condylactis sp.
Description: The Colored or Pink-Tipped Reef Anemone is collected from the Western Atlantic Ocean in lagoons or on inner reefs, as individuals, or loose groups, with their range extending from Brazil to Bermuda. Also known as the Atlantic Anemone, the Haitian Reef Anemone, and the Caribbean Anemone.

The Pink-Tipped Anemone is one of the most familiar and commonly available of the anemones in the aquarium trade. Its beautiful colors and inexpensive price make it a popular anemone, especially for beginners. In the aquarium a base size of about 4" is common. This species has diverse color variations. The base color is usually brown to white and the tentacles may or may not have magenta, purple, or green tips on its long tapering tentacles. The tentacles may occasionally develop a bubble-like appearance to them. It prefers to bury its base in the sand or into the crevice of a rock for protection.

The Pink-Tipped Anemone is a hardy aquarium anemones, but this sea anemone species still needs good light to do well in the aquarium. Like all sea anemones they are photosynthetic and need light to keep the zooxanthella that lives within their body tissue alive. The Condylactis Anemone has been known to deflate at times. This is normal if it happens once every few weeks, but no more than that. This behavior, the sea anemone purging, may indicate a water change is needed.

The typical reef environment is what is needed for your Condylactis Anemone. Live rock and a sand/reef environment is typical of the Western Atlantic.They need live rock or some other solid material they can attach to. Be sure to have all of your pumps covered, most good quality pumps have guards on them and are worth the investment. Because this anemone will move about, you will want to provide foam filters over any power head intakes.

Diet/Feeding: The Pink-Tipped Anemone is a carnivore. Feed it chopped silversides, shrimp, krill, and mussels, fresh chopped fish (from your grocery store), as well as frozen carnivore preparations. Feed once a week or less. Since this is a cooler water anemone, their metabolism would be much slower than the more tropical sea anemones.

Approximate Inflated Size: 3" to 4"

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  Bumble Bee Snails

A good addition to a clean up crew, eats uneaten food, decaying matter and most algae species.

Description: Bumble Bee Snails are a smaller snail with a dark shell and yellowish bands. They are predominately nocturnal and often spend their time hiding in and under rockwork shelves, caves and overhangs. Don’t let their nocturnal habits discourage you from having a few of these neat looking snails in your tank though! They are quite the detrivores and will quickly consume any organics before they have a chance to decay in your system. If given the right water stability, these snails will even spawn. They require a sandbed as they sometimes like to burrow and forage in the substrate.

Diet: Will stay mostly on sand and rock surfaces eating extra fish food, detritus, decaying matter etc. Can occasionally be seen climbing glass – usually in the middle of excitement from smelling food. Supplemental feedings are welcome and appreciated in the way of raw table shrimp, mysis shrimp, silversides, mussel, clam, scallop and other meaty bits.

Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2"

Reef Safe: Yes

$2.45 ea. | 12 for $28.50 | 25 for $56.95

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Astrea Turbo Snails
(Astraea tecta)

Description: Astrea Turbo Snails are an excellent addition to any reef tank and are 100% reef safe. They will not harm any other living creatures and will not disturb the decoration or landscaping. They are very beneficial in any setup as they are good algae eaters and will eat most algae types including hair algae, cyanobacteria and diatoms.

According to Julian Sprung's Reef Aquarium Manual , Volume One, Astrea snails are the ideal snail to be placed in your aquarium as soon as ammonia and nitrite levels reach acceptable levels (less than 1 ppm). One of the best snails for controlling Diatom's, (light brown/red algae), Green Algae Blooms and Dark Purple/Red Slime algae . Introduced as soon as possible to new aquarium, these snails effectively limit the development of all micro algae. Ref: The Reef Aquarium. Astrea snails are easily identified based on the characteristic sharp conical shell circled by a large ridge.

Astrea snails are best kept in well established aquariums and are hardy once they have acclimatized themselves to their new surrounding. They are like all snails sensitive towards even small changes in water values and it is therefore important to acclimatize them slowly to a tank using drop acclimatization (allow this process to take at least two hours). They are also sensitive to high nitrate levels and copper. Even small amounts of copper can prove fatal for Astrea snails and copper based medications can not be used in a tank containing Astrea or other snails.
Recommend 1 per gallon
Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4"

$1.75 ea | 12 for $19.95 | 25 for $39.95 | 50 for $74.95

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Mexican Turbo Snails
Turbo fluctuosa

Does a great job on ridding a tank of hair algae and other
nuisance algae off of both the live rock and aquarium glass.


Description: The Mexicaan Turbo Snail is native to the Gulf of California off the coast of Mexico. Very popular among reef aquarium hobbyists. Gram for Gram, Mexican Turbo Grazer's clean more nuisance algae than any other snail. They do a great job on ridding a tank of hair algae and other nuisance algae off of both the live rock and aquarium glass. Mexican Turbo snails are referred to as grazers because of their voracious appetites for several types of micro algae found in the home aquarium. Pure work horses, the Mexican Turbo's radula, or tongue, of the snail has a rasp like texture. When pulled across a surface, this rasp pulls the algae loose for a quick snack. Also known as the Turban or Top Shell Snail, Turbo fluctuosa has a thick turban-shaped shell with an iridescent interior.

Recommendations: Appropriate stocking numbers are 1 per 5 gallons of water.

Food and diet: They can be fed algae pellets, or sheets of algae if they can't find enough natural food.

Level of Care: Easy

Reef Compatibility: Very good

Approximate Purchase Size: 11/4"

$1.95 ea | 12 for $22.95 | 25 for $47.45 | 50 for $89.95

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  Tiger Sand Conch

Totally peaceful toward other tank mates. Great for
Cleaning Sand, even Red Slime algae!


Description: The Tiger Sand Conch is a hardy member of the Strombidae family. Despite their name, they are peaceful toward other tank mates. They are excellent sand sifters, and are very beneficial in the reef aquarium. As they burrow and dig through the aquarium substrate, they clean and aerate the bottom. Terrific for Cleaning Tanks with that ugly red or brown slime algae often seen. A hardy algae eater, one of the few that will rid a tank of slime algae, they also love the brown diatoms found on the surface of live sand beds. They will stir and clean upper layers of the sand bed. One of the best reef tank detritivores. As they burrow and dig through the aquarium substrate they clean and aerate the bottom. Tiger Sand Conch will do an excellent job of cleaning the live sand in your reef tank, where you don't have to sift it around ever! It'll go to sleep at night, but once the lights come on it goes back to cleaning in no time and will go on for the rest of the day with no breaks. Watching it clean with what looks like an anteater type snout is very entertaining as they move it everywhere to feed. It will always stay on the bottom of your tank, won't bother any invertebrates or corals whatsoever. Once you add these to your tank, you won't ever regret it because they make a unique and different addition. I highly recommend these for their usefulness.

Recommended minimum tank size: 10 gallon or larger They do best when kept in a live sand bed.

Food and diet: They can be fed algae pellets or sheets of algae if they can't find enough natural food.

Level of Care: Easy

Reef Compatibility:Very good

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-3/4" to 2"
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 Orange Spot Butterscotch Snail
Babylonia formosae

Description: Also called Babylon Snails, Leopard or Tiger Nassarius snail, the Orange Spotted Butterscotch Massarius Snail will bury themselves in the sand with only their siphon sticking out. They are nocturnal snails and normally are visible late in the day or evening hours after the lights go out on the aquarium tank. The Orange Spot snail does a great job keeping the substrate clean and aerating the substrate at the same time. They will scavenge for uneaten food and decaying food or other organic matter. They have quite well developed olfactory sense. As soon as they can smell food, they will rush towards it in groups. An aquarium with a thick layer of sand is recommended. The ploughing of sand in your marine aquarium also helps curb the growth of Red Slime Algae, called Cyanobacteria, in the sand.

Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger They do best when kept in a live sand bed.

Food and diet: They eat any uneaten food, and decaying detritus and organic matter. For feeding provide small pieces of any meaty frozen foods such as shrimp, squid, krill, etc.

Level of Care: Easy

Reef Compatibility:Very good

Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 1-1/2"

$6.95 ea | 6 for $41.95 | 12 for $79.95


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Nassarius Snails
(Nassaurius vibex)

The Nassarius vibex is a little clean up critter that does a BIG JOB.
Description: The Nassarius vibex is a little clean up critter that does a BIG JOB. All the garbage in the bottom of the tank, such as unwanted algae, decaying waste, leftover food, fish excrement, all are eaten by the small Nassarius snail. Since it's this waste throughout the aquarium that causes Nitrates to rise, having Nassarius snails in your aquarium that eliminate this waste will keep Nitrates lower. Because of the important Nitrate elimination from the snail we consider the Nassarius vibex a must have for any good clean up crew. If that's not enough, other advantages the Nassarius provides is the important aeration of the substrate which prevents the sand from compacting and the fact that this constant stirring of the sand puts micro particulates in the water for coral to feed upon. Normally you will not see much of the Nassarius snail but that will change when you feed your tank. They will emerge as you feed and will pick up the left over food. hey have beautiful ornamental shells, are fast movers, and are VERY hardy snails. You will see the Nassarius snail emerge from beneath the sand when you drop food in the tank in a feeding frenzy.

Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger They do best when kept in a live sand bed.

Food and diet: If the tank is new or not enough algae is there they can be fed either algae pellets or sheets of algae.

Level of Care: Easy

Reef Compatibility:Very good

Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2"

$1.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 | 12 for $22.75 | 25 for $44.95 | 50 for $84.50

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Halloween Hermit Crab
Calcinus pictus
Description: The Halloween Hermit Crab is probably the brightest colored hermit crab available. It is commonly found near the Hawaiian Islands. Like other hermit crabs, this species will wear abandoned shells to protect itself from predators. Many enthusiasts are drawn to the crab for its festive orange and black coloration. The diet of the Halloween Hermit Crab is limited to algae and uneaten foods. This preference makes it an ideal candidate for the reef aquarium. Hermit crabs will spend their time climbing across Live Rock and the substrate in search of their next meal.
Diet: The diet of the Holloween Hermit Crab should include meaty foods such as chopped fish and clams, as well as frozen, flake, and freeze-dried foods.
Reef Compatability:An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care: Easy
Approximate Purchase Size: 11/4"

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Spotted Porcelain Crab

Petrolisthes galathinus

Description: The Spotted Porcelain Crab is an exquisite reef safe crab. They are reef safe, peaceful, and will not harm other invertebrates or corals. Very interesting invertebrates for the marine aquarium. Common throughout the tropical oceans of the world, they have a flat, round body with two large claws and a pair of maxillipeds which are used to catch plankton in the water column. They are also algae eaters and enjoy lots of live rock to graze and hide, and do well in groups. They are light blue in color and covered in small red spots, with orange tipped legs; a very unique addition to the reef aquarium. Safely concealed by rocks or coral, the Porcelain Crab constantly filters the water for planktonic food, but will also scavenge for larger meaty portions. Offer the crab small bits of fish, shrimp or meaty food, as well as foods designed for filter feeders.

Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: 1"

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  Blue Tuxedo Urchin
Mespilia globulus

Description: Easily identifiable by there colored bands usually blue or black, with red, black, or orange dark spines. Like all urchins, Tuxedo Urchins are an excellent algae controller for either a reef aquarium or a saltwater fish only aquarium housing aggressive fish. During the day, urchins will find a corner or hiding spot to rest. At night, they will roam about the tank searching for food and algae on the substrate, rockwork, and glass.

Food and diet: The urchin is best kept in an aquarium where it will have ample supplies of algae to eat.

Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2" to 2"

Reef Compatibility:Very good

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Emerald Crabs

Excellent Algae Eater including troublesome Bubble Algae!

Description: Recommended for any reef aquarium cleanup crew, Green Emerald Crabs are one of the few inverts that will eat nuisance bubble algae which makes them very popular among reef keepers. It will also feed on uneaten meaty foods and many of the types of nuisance algae found in reef aquariums. Its distinct, flat shiny green body and hairy legs easily identify the Emerald Mithrax Crab. They have dull tipped claws that they use to pick various types of algae from the rockwork. Native to the reefs of the Caribbean, the Emerald Mithrax Crab is nocturnal and hide in caves and amongst rock and coral during the day. In the home aquarium, it requires a well-established aquarium with plenty of rockwork and hiding places.

Food and diet: supplement their diet with dried seaweed and chopped meaty foods, such as shrimp, and/or a quality pellet fish food.

Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger. Like other invertebrates, the Emerald Mithrax does not tolerate copper-based medications or fluctuating water parameters.

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: up to 1-1/4"

Reef Compatibility:Excellent


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Ruby Crabs

Very close relative to the emerald crab, one excellent algae eater!

Description: Recommended for any reef aquarium cleanup crew, Ruby Crabs are one of the few inverts that will eat nuisance bubble algae which makes them very popular among reef keepers. It will also feed on uneaten meaty foods and many of the types of nuisance algae found in reef aquariums. Its distinct, flat shiny green body and hairy legs easily identify the Ruby Mithrax Crab. They have dull tipped claws that they use to pick various types of algae from the rockwork. Native to the reefs of the Caribbean, the Ruby Mithrax Crab is nocturnal and hide in caves and amongst rock and coral during the day. In the home aquarium, it requires a well-established aquarium with plenty of rockwork and hiding places.

Food and diet: supplement their diet with dried seaweed and chopped meaty foods, such as shrimp, and/or a quality pellet fish food.

Recommended minimum tank size: 20 gallon or larger. Like other invertebrates, the Ruby Mithrax does not tolerate copper-based medications or fluctuating water parameters.

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: up to 1-1/4"

Reef Compatibility:Excellent


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Blue Leg Reef Hermit Crab
Clibanarius tricolor

Blue Leg's take care of most every type of algae problem
on your rock and corals, diatoms, hair algae, & red slime too!!


Description:With bright blue striped legs and orange antennas, highly recommended for any reef aquarium cleanup crew the Blue Leg hermit crab is one of the most popular scavengers in the aquarium trade. Very small, less than an inch, this crab that is one of the best additions to any saltwater aquarium for keeping a saltwater aquarium clean. An excellent scavenger, they feed on detritus and waste build up, just about any form of algae, even the ugly red slime (Cyano Bacteria). Excellent in the reef aquarium because they are able to reach tight crevices and polish off the detritus and algae that bigger inverts cannot get to. They will scour the aquarium's sand and live rock in search of any food they can find and leave the tank virtually nitrate-free.

Food and diet:Flake, pellet or algae strips

Recommended minimum tank size: 1 gallon or larger

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: up to 3/4"

Reef Compatibility:Excellent

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 Assorted Green Algae Plant

Besides adding beauty to any aquarium, marine plants have become quite popular for use as "algae-scrubbing filters" to remove excess ammonia, nitrates, and phosphates from the aquarium.In addition, they help remove heavy metals and neutralize toxins. Marine plants also provide a pH buffer and produce chemicals which protect the skin, intestines, and gills of aquarium fish. That's an awful lot of help from marine plants, that's why they are so popular in the marine aquarium system! In addition to helping clarify your water by absorbing nitrates, carbon dioxide and some metals, marine plants also serve as a food source for many marine species – whether they feed directly on the algae itself or on micro fauna attracted to the algae.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 2" to 3"; Medium: 3" to 4"; Large: 4" to 6"



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 Pom Pom Crabs
Lybia tessellata
Description: The Indo-Pacfic native Pom Pom Crab is a comical aquarium addition. This unique crab species carries a small anemone, which look like pom poms, in each claw. There are at least two purposes for carrying the anemones. The first is a simple matter of defense. The Pom Pom will taunt would-be predators by shaking the anemones in hopes of stinging the invader into retreat. It also mops the substrate to gather uneaten food, thus creating a symbiotic relationship between the Pom Pom Crab and its pom poms. The anemone undoubtedly benefits by getting to eat its share of the treasure. Also known as the Boxer Crab, it is a hardy creature that grows to about an inch in length.

Because of this small size, it is great for the mini-reef aquarium. This crab is attractively marked, with striped legs and bold markings. The anemones are dropped during molting but are retrieved once this process completes. Curiously, lab studies have shown that a crab that loses one anemone will attempt to split the one it has into two regenerated clones, a method used by humans to propagate larger anemones. They may be kept in groups and females will produce reddish colored egg masses that they carry on their abdomens.

Food and diet: They can be fed algae pellets, or sheets of algae if they can't find enough natural food.

Level of Care: Easy

Reef Compatibility:Very good

Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/4"

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 Red Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs
Paguristes cadenati

Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs have a voracious appetite for detritus and are particularly fond of filamentous, hair, & slime algae, as well as dreaded red cyanobacteria.
Description: Scarlet Hermit Crabs are very hardy and requires minimal care in a well-established system. They have a voracious appetite for detritus and are particularly fond of filamentous, hair, and slime algae, as well as the dreaded cyanobacteria. Also, unlike some hermit crabs, Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs are very peaceful towards their tankmates. Native to the reef faces and coral rubble of the Caribbean, these active scavengers can consume large amounts of animal matter and algae. The Scarlet Reef Crab will only grow to an adult size of 1-1/2" in length.

Diet and Feeding:Besides keeping your tank immaculate while it feeds, they will eat fish food and invertebrate diets. If algae levels are insufficient, supplement their diet with dried seaweed. As with all invertebrates, they do not tolerate copper-based medications and extreme fluctuations in water parameters.

Reef Compatability:
An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.

Level of Care: Easy

Approximate Purchase Size: 1/2" to 1"

$2.99 reg. price $3.99

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 Live Macro Algae Plants 
Assorted Red Algae Plants
Description:Besides adding beauty to any aquarium, marine plants have become quite popular for use as "algae-scrubbing filters" to remove excess ammonia, nitrates, and phosphates from the aquarium.In addition, they help remove heavy metals and neutralize toxins. Marine plants also provide a pH buffer and
produce chemicals which protect the skin, intestines, and gills of aquarium fish. That's an alwful lot of help from marine plants, that's why they are so popular in the marine aquarium system! In addition to helping clarify your water by absorbing nitrates, carbon dioxide and some metals, marine plants also serve as a food source for many marine species – whether they feed directly on the algae itself or on microfauna attracted to the algae.

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 2" to 3"; Medium: 3" to 4"; Medium/Large: 4" to 6"; Large: 6" to 8"; XLarge: 8" to 12"

Small $24.99 Medium $29.99 Medium/Large $49.99
Large $69.99 XLarge $99.99

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Live Macro Algae Plants
Shaving Brush Plant




The Shaving Brush Plant, also known as the Painter's Brush Plant grows in shallow water in the sand. It has a central stalk with many long thin green brushlike leaves, which gives it the appearance of a shaving brush or paint brush.These plants help reduce excess nutrients such as nitrates and phosphates in the marine aquarium. Most herbivorous fish and invertebrates will not normally eat this plant. Plant the Shaving Brush in your substrate in a well-lit location in either your aquarium or in a refugium. This plant will benefit from the regular addition of trace elements.

Approximate Purchase Size: 3" to 4";

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Live Macro Algae Saltwater Reef Tank Refugium Gracillaria
 Aquacultured Red Gracillaria


Aquacultured means No Pesky Pests are along for the ride!
Description:Grown outdoors in open water systems. An air - generated method of tumbling the algae in large vats is employed to culture them. They are not connected to any system containing fish so as to avoid possible parasite contamination. There are multiple uses for macroalgaees in marine aquariums. The most common use is for feeding purposes. Herbivorous fish, such as Tangs, love to eat fresh algae. It contains the natural nutrition to help prevent Head and Lateral Line Erosion (HLLE), a common long-term care problem with Angelfish and Tangs. It is also know to contain Beta-carotine, an immune system stimulator. Another use is in reef tank refugiums and algae scrubbers. Here the algae absorbs excess nutrients, such as nitrates and phosphates, in the tank and produces oxygen. In addition, it helps remove heavy metals and neutralize's toxins. Gracillaria and other macroalgaes also provide a pH buffer and produce chemicals which protect the skin, intestines, and gills of aquarium fish. That's an alwful lot of help!It also helps support numbers of small shrimp and other microfauna providing biodiversity. Finally macroalgaes can be used simply as an ornamental algae in a reef tank to add beauty and diversity to the reef structure. In addition, it helps remove heavy metals and neutralize's toxins. Macroalgae's generally require about 8 hours of light daily to continue to grow well. This can be either fl0urecsent or pc's. Their photosynthesis produces oxygen and will also increase the pH.

$15.99 Red Gracillaria Algae - 1/4 pound bag weighed dry
$29.99 Red Gracillaria Algae - 1/2 pound bag weighed dry
$59.99 Red Gracillaria Algae - 1 pound bag weighed dry

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   Live MacroAlgae Saltwater Reef Tank Refugium Feather Caulerpa
Cultured Feather Caulerpa

Add vital nutrients and nescessary food to the marine environment.
Among aquarists, Caulerpa sp. is the best known marine macroalgae. There are 75 species of this green algae which come from a variety of geographical areas. Caulerpa are beneficial in several ways. They provide food for other tank inhabitants by offering a favorable environment for microfauna to develop. The microfauna are eaten by fish and other tank inhabitants. Some fish eat the Caulerpa itself. In the majority of large modern public aquariums Caulerpa is raised because of it's healing qualities. Ill fish often recover rapidly when Caulerpa is in the aquarium.Caulerpa has also become quite popular for use in "algae-scrubbing filters" to remove excess ammonia, nitrates, and phosphates from the aquarium. In addition, it helps remove heavy metals and neutralize's toxins. Caulerpa also provides a pH buffer and produce chemicals which protect the skin, intestines, and gills of aquarium fish. That's an alwful lot of help! Caulerpa generally require about 8 hours of light from daily to continue to grow well. This can be either flourescent or pc's. Their photosynthesis produces oxygen and will also increase the pH. Caulerpa is seasonal, and the species collected throughout the year will vary. Assorted Caulerpa will contain either Grape caulerpa, Needle caulerpa, Lettuce caulerpa or Feather caulerpa.

  $19.99 Caulerpa Algae - 1/2 pound bag weighed dry
$39.99 Caulerpa Algae - 1 pound bag weighed dry
$79.99 Caulerpa Algae - 2 pound bag weighed dry
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  Live Macro Algae Saltwater Reef Tank Refugium
Aquacultured Chaetomorpha

Aquacultured = No Pesky Pests are along for the ride!
Excellent addition for Water Quality Management.
Chaetomorpha Macro Algae, Chaeto, pronounced "kay-toe", is a great way to naturally turn the nitrogenous compounds of your tank into plant food!!! Chaetomorpha Algae, also known as Spaghetti Algae , is an excellent macro algae for refugiums. Your Chaetomorpha algae recieved will be filled with tons of amphipods and copepods. Macro algae is a great way to "go green" in your aquarium. Reduce water changes by quickly dropping your nitrate and phosphate levels , it will increase the dissolved Oxygen levels in your system and increase overall health of your system the natural way. Color forms include varying shades of green, light green, and a yellowish green. It is well known for its excellent benefits for use in wet / dry sump areas, main tanks and refugiums for marine aquaria.

How do I do it? Chaetomorpha Algae removes both phosphates and nitrates from the water. To increase the amount of nutrients this algae exports, use moderate to high lighting and keep it in an area of high water flow. The waste by-products of life, along with the light you provide for photosynthesis, will help the chaetomorpha increase in size on a regular basis. Each cell grows end to end, creating long, stiff strands. It grows in filamentous clumps, resembling a ball of fishing line. You can "prune" it and throw it away--or you can compact it for even greater nutrient absorption.

If you have a refugium, just throw this clump like Brillo pad in there and it stays together fairly well. You can also put it into a mesh bag for use in your main tank. There are many different ways you can contain the chaeto in your main tank all the while providing great hiding spots for the tiny "critters" in your tank. This algae is fast growing and is not palatable to herbivorous species such as Surgeon fish (Tangs) so it won't be eaten up if left in the main tank.

How much do I need? How much should I get? Well there is only 832 different variables that could be taken into account, if you'd like to go over all of them, feel free to contact us. But to keep it simple we recommend if you have a 40 gallon tank or smaller with a mild nitrate problem(20-30ppm) go with at least 1/4 lb.. if you have a 90 gallon tank with a mild nitrate problem(20-30ppm) go with at least 1/2 lb.. You could go smaller if you are patient and in no hurry to take care of the excess nutrients, or you could go larger if you ave a larger nitrate problem, hate doing water changes, or would like to see your nitrate issue go away more quickly. After weighing and bag, a small amount of salt water is then added directly to the bag to insure enough moisture for shipping.


 2" to 3" Dense Ball (approx 1/4 lb.)
$29.99 weighed dry

 1/2 Pound
$59.99 weighed dry

 Chaeto Per Pound
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Super Deal! Refugium Algae Kit

Refugium with all types of algaes
Today, marine aquariums almost demand a variety of marine algae. You get all the macro algae you need here to start a nice refugium.
Get 3 different types of Macro algaes that are all beneficial to your aquarium.

Red Gracilaria, This is healthy stuff for your fish, it even helps cure lateral line erosion and is also the richest plant source of calcium.

ULVA ,an important food source for many fish. Ulva releases organic acids and necessary substances such as vitamins and amino acids.

Chaetomorpha Chaeto, pronounced "kay-toe", also known as Spaghetti Algae, is a great way to naturally turn the nitrogenous compounds of your tank into plant food!!! The waste by-products of life, along with the light you provide for photosynthesis. It is an excellent macro algae for refugiums. Each cell grows end to end, creating long, stiff strands. It grows in filamentous clumps, resembling a ball of fishing line. You can "prune" it and throw it away--or you can compact it for even greater nutrient absorption.Chaetomorpha Algae removes both phosphates and nitrates from the water. To increase the amount of nutrients this algae exports, use moderate to high lighting and keep it in an area of high water flow. It should ideally be tumbled in an algae filter. This algae is sold by the bag and will arrive in a dense mat. Your copepods and amphipods will love this stuff. It is what they eat!

A small bag of Biological Contents containing copepods, amphipods as well as beneficial worms. The amount is small , just enough to jump start your refugium.

NOTE: Sometimes a macro algae may be unavailable, so a different beneficial macro algae will be substituted in the Macro Algae Kit.


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 3 Types of Macro Algae In One Kit!

 
Green Gracillara

 
Chaetomorpha

 
Caulerpa


All the macro you need to start a nice refugium

 Large Hard Tube Fan Worm (also called a Coco Worm)
Protula bispiralis

Description: These hard tube coco worms secretes a calcareous tube approximately ½ inch in diameter and 5”-8” long. The tubes come bent in all sorts of shapes. All Coco Worms require proper calcium levels of 400-450 ppm in order to grow their tubes.

Coco worms use their radioles, or crowns, to filter bacteria and particulate matter from the water. When disturbed the Coco Worm can retract quickly into its tube and close its operculum to shut the top of its tube for safety.

When placing Coco Worms in the aquarium you may bury them in the sand with the crown end of the tube protruding from the sand, or stick them in a hole in the rocks with the crown end facing outward. If they are retracted and you don’t know which end is which lay them on the sand bed until they open and then place them into position.

Although Coco Worms subsist mainly on bacteria and organic matter produced within the aquarium they will benefit from supplemental feedings of marine snow, phytoplankton, and/or foods for filter feeders.
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: 5" to 8"


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  Hawaiian Feather Dusters
Sabellastarte sp.
Hawaiian Feather Duster
Description:Easy to keep , great for beginner's, the Hawaiian Feather Duster is known as the king of the feather dusters. They have the nicest fan-shaped crowns, (radiole's). The radiole may be up to 7 inches in diameter, and brightly colored. The Feather Duster uses the radiole to filter out small floating organisms, which it directs toward its 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 usually found in the coral rubble at the base of the reef aquarium, with some of the rubble being incorporated into its parchment-like tube.
Diet: supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods should be provided.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care:
A good specimen for beginners, easy
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Large 5" to 6" 


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  Multicolored Christmas Tree Worm Rock
Spirobranchus porites
Description:Also known as Jewel Stone, Christmas Worm Rock is a coral, usually Porites sp., that is colonized by a variety of colorful tube worms with spiraling crowns shaped like a christmas tree, hence the name. When disturbed or startled, these little worms will retreat quickly into their hidden tubes . Each rock will have a variable number of worms and a variable number of colors, and the Porites coral rock will also vary in shape and color.
Diet: supplemental feeding of phytoplankton or a liquid organic food should be provided.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care: Very easy, a great specimen for beginners
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Medium 2-1/2" to 4" Large 4" to 6"


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Bright Yellow & Maroon Red
Fountain Head Feather Duster

Extremely Beautiful!!!
Description: Easy to keep , great for beginner's, the Fountain Feather Duster is the rarest of the beautiful feather dusters. They have beautiful red and yellow large fan-shaped crowns, (radiole's). The Feather Duster uses the radiole to filter out small floating organisms, which it directs toward its 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 usually found in the coral rubble at the base of the reef aquarium, with some of the rubble being incorporated into its parchment-like tube.
Diet: supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods should be provided.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care:
A good specimen for beginners, easy
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Large 4" to 6" 


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Super Bright Nuclear Green Feather Dusters
Bispira sp.

Extremely Beautiful!!!
Description: Bali provides us with these quite large Nuclear Green feather Dusters, beautiful, easy to keep, perfect for the first time reef aquarist. Like it's larger Hawaiian cousin, 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 Flourescent Green Feather Duster is found in the coral rubble at the base of the reefs, with some of the rubble being incorporated into its parchment-like tube.
Diet: supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods should be provided.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care:
A good specimen for beginners, easy
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Large: 4" to 6 

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Bright Red Worm Rock
Spirobranchus porites
Description: The red Christmas tree rock is colonized grouping of red tube worms with red spiraling crowns. Wehen disturbed or startled, these little worms will retreat quickly into their hidden tubes. Each rock will have a variable number of worms.
Diet:
supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods should be provided.
Reef Compatability: An excellent reef aquarium species because it will not bother invertebrates.
Level of Care:
A good specimen for beginners, easy
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 2"; Medium: 2" to 4"; Large: 4" to 6"

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  Red Sea Whip Gorgonian's
Leptogorgia

Description: This is one of the popular octocorals that come out of the Atlantic ocean. Widely found in the warm regions of the Atlantic Ocean, on rock, sand, or silt bottoms, the whip-like specimens are generally found in areas of gentle water flow. An interesting note about this species is that it secretes a substance called homarine, that inhibits the growth of diatoms. As with any gorgonian, no two corals are identical. When the red sea whip gorgonian is closed, the coloring ranges from red to burnt orange. But when the polyps are open, white polyps emerge against the red branches of its frame. The flexible flowing skeleton of the Red Sea Whip Gorgonian form underwater forests in areas on the Atlantic ocean floor with their plethora of blooming white polyps and latticed branches. Although many beginner aquarist's keep gorgonians successfully, gorgonians are not recommended as a beginner's coral. Yet although they are considered a more difficult coral to care for, they can thrive very well if provided with the proper environment. Anchoring this gorgonian to a small piece of live rock so that it can stand up in a tank will make positioning it in areas of high water flow much easier. It is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium.

Water flow and Light Requirements: The Red Sea Whip should be maintained in a dimly-lit aquarium or in shaded parts of a brightly-lit aquarium with a moderate to a high amount of water flow.

Diet: Because the red sea whip resides in the deeper waters, it is not a photosynthetic coral, its diet consists completely of trapped organisms that pass through in the ocean currents. Feed at least once a week. Feed detritus, brine shrimp, Daphnia, Cyclops, or pulverized flake food, shrimp or clams. Sometimes you can stir up the gravel slightly in order to mix detritus in the water for feeding the species.

Purchase Size: 7" to 10&quot
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Orange Tree Gorgonians
Swiftia exserta

Description: This is one of the popular octocorals that come out of the Atlantic ocean. When the Orange Tree Gorgonian is closed, the coloring is a burnt orange. But when the beauftiful polyps are open, deep red polyps emerge against the orange frame. Although many beginner aquarist's keep gorgonians successfully, gorgonians are not recommended as a beginner's coral. Yet although they are considered a more difficult coral to care for, they can thrive very well if provided with the proper environment. Anchoring this gorgonian to a small piece of live rock so that it can stand up in a tank will make positioning it in areas of high water flow much easier. It is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium.

Water flow and Light Requirements: The Orange Tree Gorgonian should be maintained in a dimly-lit aquarium or in shaded parts of a brightly-lit aquarium with a moderate to a high amount of water flow.

Diet: Because the Orange Tree Gorgonian resides in the deeper waters, it is not a photosynthetic coral, its diet consists completely of trapped organisms that pass through in the ocean currents. Feed at least once a week. Feed detritus, brine shrimp, Daphnia, Cyclops, or pulverized flake food, shrimp or clams. Sometimes you can stir up the gravel slightly in order to mix detritus in the water for feeding the species.

Approximate purchase size: 7" to 10"

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 Yellow Finger Gorgonian
Diodogorgia nodulifera

Description:The Yellow Tree Gorgonian is an attractive branching tree-like coral, it is extremely brittle and breaks easily, making it easy to propagate in this way.This gorgonian is non-photosynthetic and makes a great addition to any reef aquarium, or one containing Seahorses.

Management:The Yellow Tree Gorgonian is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. This gorgonian is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available. It also requires a stronger water flow and the addition of iodine, calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. In order to inhibit algae and cyanobacteria growth, it is important that this gorgonian is provided with a medium to strong, constant or intermittent water flow. If in the event that it does begin to become covered with algae or cyanobacteria, remove it from the coral immediately, as this will cause rapid tissue deterioration. Algae can be removed gently with the use of a soft brush; combat cyanobacteria by soaking the coral in freshwater of the same temperature for approximately 1 minute.

Feeding:The Yellow Tree Gorgonian should be fed a few times a week with a filter feeding food. Provide a varied diet of live or frozen baby brine shrimp, Marine Snow, PhytoPlancton and other suitable micro foods.

Approximate Purchase Size: 6" to 9"

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Burgundy/Purple Candleabra
Pseudopterogorgia bipinnata


Description:Sea fans like the Purple Candleabra create a beautiful display of height and motion in the home reef aquarium. They are easily maintained and propagated, making them an ideal choice for the dedicated hobbyist. The Purple Candleabra Gorgonian has a flexible axis that has the elasticity of stiff rubber, allowing it to sway while filter feeding in strong currents without breaking. Most commonly found on outer oceanic reefs attached to vertical faces and the undersides of ledges, Caribbean Pseudopterogorgia have narrow smooth branches that are commonly pinnate.
Management:A fast growing coral, care should be taken in allowing ample room for expansion and any interference from other neighboring corals. It is moderately easy to maintain and propagate when encrusted to substrate rubble. It requires medium to high lighting combined with medium to strong water movement. In order to inhibit algae and cyanobacteria growth, it is important that this gorgonian is provided with a medium to strong, constant or intermittent water flow. If in the event that it does begin to become covered with algae or cyanobacteria, remove it from the coral immediately, as this will cause rapid tissue deterioration. Algae can be removed gently with the use of a soft brush; combat cyanobacteria by soaking the coral in fresh water of the same temperature for approximately 1 minute. These corals will also benefit from the addition of iodine, calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.
Feeding: The Purple Candleabra Gorgonian is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. This gorgonian is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available.
Approximate Purchase Size: 8" - 12"

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  Purple Ribbon Gorgonian

Description:The Purple Ribbon Gorgonia is also referred to as Purple Sea Blade, or Purple Sea Whip. This particular gorgonian has rows of polyps that extend down the sides of each blade. Gorgonians regularly shed tissue to remove buildup of sediment and algae from forming on their skeleton. All photosynthetic gorgonians require 4-5 watts per gallon to thrive. Like many corals it also filter feeds, so weekly feeding is recommended for optimal health. We offer single specimens, some mounted on small pieces of live rock that range from 4-6" tall.
Management: It is not necessary to feed this coral but it does have the ability to take in tiny bits of food and will do so from time to time. This coral requires at least VHO or Power Compact intensity lighting in order to do well in the aquarium. Keeping this coral in an area of high water flow is necessary to help prevent algae from forming on its branches, so using a powerhead pointed toward the gorgonian for good water flow is highly recommended. If any algae begins to form on this coral, it must be removed from the branches immediately. This can be accomplished using a small, soft brush, such as a brand new soft bristled toothbrush.

Feeding: It relies on photosynthesis, but its diet should also include regular feedings of micro-plankton, live, baby brine shrimp, or foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates, in order to survive in the reef aquarium.
Approximate purchase size: 6" to 10"


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Red Finger Gorgonian
Diodogorgia nodulifera

Description:The Red Finger Gorgonian also called the Red Tree Gorgonian is an attractive branching tree-like coral, it is extremely brittle and breaks easily, making it easy to propagate in this way.This gorgonian is non-photosynthetic and makes a great addition to any reef aquarium, or one containing Seahorses.
Management:The Red Finger Gorgonian is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. This gorgonian is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available. It also requires a stronger water flow and the addition of iodine, calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. In order to inhibit algae and cyanobacteria growth, it is important that this gorgonian is provided with a medium to strong, constant or intermittent water flow. If in the event that it does begin to become covered with algae or cyanobacteria, remove it from the coral immediately, as this will cause rapid tissue deterioration. Algae can be removed gently with the use of a soft brush; combat cyanobacteria by soaking the coral in freshwater of the same temperature for approximately 1 minute.
Feeding:The Red Tree Gorgonian should be fed a few times a week with a filter feeding food. Provide a varied diet of live or frozen baby brine shrimp, Marine Snow, PhytoPlancton and other suitable micro foods.
Approximate Purchase Size: 5" to 8"

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  Red or Yellow Tree Sponge
Description:Tree sponges (Ptilocaulis sp.) are not common sponges. They are found in the waters around the Caribbean in 40- to 80-foot deep water ,usually near the tops of coral reefs along ocean bottom ledges. A unique creature that has survived for thousands of years, the oceans sponges have no organs or tissue. They are a very basic life form that behaves like a compilation of separate organisms bound by a coordinated effort for survival. Tree sponge is safe to add to a reef aquarium, it will not damage coral that is in the same tank, like some other sponges. It is a peaceful, non-aggressive type of sponge that can live forever in a healthy environment.

Tech Note:When adding this item to the aquarium be sure to submerge the bag which carries it and release the water from the bag along with the sponge.Place in an area of the tank that gets moderate to strong water flow and shaded light.

Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 4" to 6"; Medium: 6" to 8"; Large: 8" to 10"; XLarge: 10" to 15"


Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $74.99 XLarge $99.99

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Blue Palm Coral
(Nephtheis fascicularis)

Description:A striking Tunicate that can add some terrific color to your established reef tank. This is a filter feeder and requires no specific lighting to live. Also called the Lollipop Tunicate, or Lollipop coral, the Nephtheis fascicularis have thick, fingerlike stalks which support the asparagus-like heads which are actually clusters of what are called zooids. Their sole purpose is to continually filter the water for food, therefore they need good water flow and daily planktonic feedings to thrive. Occasionally these cluster heads drop when stressed such as in shipping or moving to a new location, however they will grow back indicated by a mucas-like substance enveloping the branch.
Placement: The Blue Palm is non-photosynthetic and has no lighting requirements, but should be placed in an area of strong water current to filter feed. We have found this coral does best in tanks that have been established for a year or longer and have some sediment on the bottom of the tank.
Diet and Feeding They gain zero nutrition from light, therefore their diet is totally from micro plankton and other filtered foods found in the sediment of the aquarium and filter foods placed in the aquarium. An excellent feed for tanks that have some sediment on the bottom of the tank is to stir up weekly the sediment to place it in the water for your Blue Palm and your other filter feeders.
Care Level: Moderate


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 Purple Willow Gorgonian
Pseudopterogorgia sp

A Real Beauty!!!!
Description:The Purple Willow Gorgonian is also referred to as Purple Bush, Lamarck's Gorgonian, or Rough Sea Plume. It is a branching coral that is closely related to hard corals. It is beautifully branched, forming feather-like colonies and has a beautiful purple coloration. The polyps are nocturnal, and the branches are bumpy in appearance when the polyps are withdrawn. It is semi-aggressive and should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. It makes a rewarding addition to the established reef system. It requires low to high lighting.
Management:In order to inhibit algae and cyanobacteria growth, it is important that this gorgonian is provided with a medium to strong, constant or intermittent water flow. If in the event that it does begin to become covered with algae or cyanobacteria, remove it from the coral immediately, as this will cause rapid tissue deterioration. Algae can be removed gently with the use of a soft brush, and cyanobacteria can be combated by soaking the coral in fresh water of the same temperature for approximately 1 minute. These corals will also benefit from the addition of iodine, calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.
Feeding: The Purple Willow Gorgonian should be fed a few times a week with a filter feeding food. Provide a diet of live or frozen baby brine shrimp, Marine Snow, Bioplankton and other suitable micro foods.
Approximate purchase size: 6" to 10"

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  Rasta Leather
Sinularis Flexibillis

Also called Spaghetti leather
100's of tentacles. Super long, super flowing, beautiful coloration
Description:A favorite from Fiji, the best description for the Spaghetti Finger Leather Coral is a finger type leather with a large number of very long strands of leather. One of the favorite leather corals for the aquarium, Spaghetti Leathers are golden-white to green in color and have a highly branching form and are covered in tiny polyps. These corals grow quickly and can quickly become a showpiece after they are established. Larger specimens are more "branchy" than smaller ones and make an impressive display with pulsing water movement.
Tank Recommendations:When placing in your aquarium, find a good spot and leave alone. Handle as little as possible. Excessive handling can damage newly arrived specimens. Once established, they are quite hardy, not as touchy as their initial requirements sound. Spaghetti leathers do best in medium to bright lighting. Moderately strong to strong water movement is also important. The water quality should be kept high with a fairly constant temperature between 75 degrees and 80 degrees.
Feeding:  Although the leather coral seeks it's nutritional needs from more than one place, its main source of energy comes from the minute algae zooxanthellae which supplies the coral with a steady stream of energy and nutrients. A secondary food source comes from the micro plankton and other filtered foods that the leather coral traps in its tentacles during ocean waves and currents. In the reef aquarium, the addition of bottled trace elements such as iodine and strontium should supplement the water to ensure good health.
Care Level: Moderate
Approximate shipping size: Small: 1" to 2"; Medium 2" to 3"; Large 3-1/2" to 5"; Extra Large 5" to 8"

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 Pitoa Island Neon Green Cabbage Leather
Sinularia brassica


Description:The Neon Green Cabbage Leather is one of the brightest leather corals available in the aquarium trade. Its brilliant neon green coloration "Pops" any where it's placed in the reef aquarium it will be a stunner. Unlike the popular toadstool leather or finger leather corals the Neon Green Cabbage Leather grows flat along the rock and will continue to grow along the rock landscape it is placed on. When the Neon Green Cabbage Leather is fully open you will see numerous 1/16th of an inch polyps all along the leather. Just like all leather corals, there will be periods where the cabbage leather will not have polyps showing and will actually shed its outer skin. This is a normal process leather corals of all types go through. When the polyps return the Neon Green Cabbage Coral will be larger and looking better than it did before! Once established in your aquarium the Neon Cabbage Leather is easily propogated by cutting pie shaped wedges with a sterile razor blade and letting them heal and grow in the same reef aquarium they were originally in..

Requirements The Neon Green Cabbage Leather requires moderate to strong water flow. Lighting can be from moderate to high, from Power Compacts, LED's and T5's to metal halides. We have found they grow and look best under a lighting spectrum of between 14K to 20K.

Placement: You can mount the Neon Green Cabbage Leather Coral using any IC Gel glue or marine putty on any exposed rock or ledge in the middle of the reef aquarium where it can recieve moderate water flow and moderate to high lighting of the correct specturm. Leave some room around them for growth so they do not intrude on another corals space. Make sure that currents will be able to supply them with necessary nutrients and trace elements. Leave an adequate distance between the cabbage leather and neighboring corals, as they will expand and grow and need the room.

Feeding:  Although the leather coral seeks it's nutritional needs from more than one place, its main source of energy comes from the minute algae zooxanthellae which supplies the coral with a steady stream of energy and nutrients. A secondary food source comes from the micro plankton and other filtered foods that the leather coral traps in its tentacles during ocean waves and currents. In the reef aquarium, the secondary source is from the addition of bottled zoo planktons, and other filter foods and trace elements.

Approximate Purchase Size:
Small: 1" to 2"; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4"  


Small $49.99 Medium $74.99 Large $139.99

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 Extreme Neon Green Green Polyping Toadstool Leather
Sarcophyton sp

Description: The Extreme Neon Green Polyping Leather Coral is one of our favorite corals. The polyps on the Extreme are really large and it makes an amazing coral for any reef aquarium. From beginners to advanced aquarists, this is a favorite of many. It is easy to keep and propagate.This leather coral is of the genus Sarcophyton Coral, also called in more layman's term a Mushroom, Leather. Other names for this easy to keep coral are Mushroom Leather Coral, Cup Leather Coral, Toadstool, Umbrella Coral, and Mushroom Coral. Leather Corals are generally easy to propagate in captivity by simply cutting them into coral frags.

Requirements
Does best in medium to bright lighting and grow and look best under a lighting spectrum of between 14K to 20K. Medium to strong water movement is also important.

Feeding:  Although the leather coral seeks it's nutritional needs from more than one place, its main source of energy comes from the minute algae zooxanthellae which supplies the coral with a steady stream of energy and nutrients. A secondary food source comes from the micro plankton and other filtered foods that the leather coral traps in its tentacles during ocean waves and currents. In the reef aquarium, the secondary source is from the addition of bottled zoo planktons, and other filter foods and trace elements.s iodine and strontium should supplement the water to ensure good health.

Approximate Purchase Size: 2" to 3"


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AlgaGen ReefPods,Live Foods for Feeding Saltwater Aquarium Fish, Corals, and Invertebrates.
Reef Pods are the only truly tropical live copepod cultures available on the market today.
Copepods (“Pods” in aquarium terms) are a major component of the modern reef aquarium. Although, pods often are accidently introduced via live rock placed in reef aquariums, until recently there were few options available to control and maintain copepod populations.
If lucky, aquarists would see swarms of these little white “bugs” on the glass of their aquarium and subsequent feeding on these bugs by the fish. Now, these beneficial bugs are recognized as copepods and the methods for their colonization and proliferation in aquariums is better understood.The addition and establishment of copepod cultures to reef tanks is one of the best ways to achieve a continuous self-generating food supply. Aquarists who have established copepod populations know that most coral and many other filter feeding invertebrates and small bottom feeding fish such as Mandarins greatly benefit from copepods.



All of the AlgaGen ReefPods are tropical herbivorous species of copepods that will survive in higher temperature tanks. Copepods are an important energy source for reefs. Aquarists try to supply that energy using frozen or preserved diets. Dead plankton is not as nutritious as live plankton and food particles that are not eaten foul water quality and add to nutrient levels. Non-living food items do not swim about naturally and trigger feeding responses.
Professional and hobby aquarists, alike, now have the ability to inoculate their systems with different copepod species at will. They can experiment with different types and combinations of pods for different types of feeders. Mandarins and Seahorses, Anthias and Dragonettes, LPS Corals, deep water gorgonians, Acropora, Crinoids, Basket Stars: the list of copepod lovers could go on and on.

   ReefPods™ Tisbe by AlgaGen
AlgaGen ReefPods™ Tisbe

ReefPods™ Tisbe the most popular aquarium Pod -they consumes your aquarium’s wastes and detritus, reproduce well, and are food for a multitude of reef inhabitants!

ReefPods™ Tisbe is a live culture of the harpacticoid copepod Tisbe biminiensis. Tisbe adult copepods live on bottom substrate such as live rock or sand and will eat detritus and microalage in the aquarium. They produce a small nauplii which is an excellent food for aquarium filter feeders and fish larvae. The adults are eaten by small bottom feeding fish such as gobies, dragonettes and blennies. ReefPods™ Tisbe may be used as a starter culture to add to marine aquarium refugiums or the main tank. Once established they will reproduce quickly, growing from nauplii to adults in about nine days. They will thrive in a wide range of aquarium temperatures and a wide range of salinities. It is suggested they be added to the aquarium at night or to the refugium to avoid immediate fish predation.

Tisbe is an excellent all purpose aquarium copepod owing to its role in the natural environment as a detritivore. An opportunist feeder, Tisbe can be used as a tank cleaner consuming uneaten food and wastes as well as phytoplankton in the tank and refugium. Tisbe is capable of producing many eggs during its adult life span that hatch into nauplii which will enter the water column as food for your filter feeding reef inhabitants and replenish the adult population vital to tank hygiene. Tisbe adults and juveniles may also enter the water column and be tasty and nutritious treats for your reef fish! ReefPods are guaranteed to arrive alive but there is no further guarantee after arrival.

Approximate copepod count: 8 oz bottles contain 100 to 200 pods and 16 oz bottles contain 200 to 300 pods.


ReefPods™ Tisbe 8 ounce $13.99


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PhycoPure Reef Blend Phytoplankton
AlgaGen PhycoPure Reef Blend
PhycoPure™ Reefblend is made of 7 different types of LIVE microalgae as well as a dinoflagellate, zooxanthellae. Reefblend was therefore created as a LIVE food supplement for filter feeding marine aquarium inhabitants including the feeding of existing copepod populations in the tank. It is grown in natural seawater that has been ozonated, charcoal filtered and uv treated. PhycoPure™ Reef Blend offers a wide range of particle sizes and nutritional content that, individually, have been proven very effective in various aquaculture farms, and projects. Just like humans, animals require some level of variety in a food source. It is understandable that no single food provides 100% of the necessary nutrition required for good health. Hence the blend of phytoplankton in PhycoPure™ Reef Blend

Aquarists have reported great results feeding PhycoPure Reef Blend to Acropora (better polyp extension), all Euphyllia corals (Torch, Elegance, Frogspawn, Hammer), Gorgonians, Chili corals, Nephthea's, Carnation corals, Feather dusters, Tubeworms, Sponges, Mushroom corals, Leather corals, all types of Brain corals, Montipora's, Montastrea and Tubastrea species, and Certain anemones.
Note: PhycoPure Reef Blend is guaranteed to arrive alive but no guarantee beyond that is provided.

Black Friday SALE!!!
Pycopure Reef Blend 8 ounce
$11.95
Pycopure Reef Blend 16 ounce $19.95

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Nano Tank Mushroom Coral Pack's

Mushrooms, sometimes called mushroom corals, belong to the order corallimorpharia, and they make ideal reef animals for marine aquarists entering the reef-keeping hobby.

While mushrooms may resemble coral and anemones, most species are far easier to keep than either coral or anemones. Mushrooms simply do not require the same level of husbandry, largely because they are remarkably tolerant of a very wide range of environmental conditions. In short, mushrooms are one of the most forgiving animals for the novice reef aquarist to consider keeping as he or she hones his or her reef-keeping skills.

 

Perfect For Beginner Reef Tanks!
Description: The Nano Tank Mushroom Package ships as either FOUR individual mushrooms or Eight individual mushrooms depending on the package chosen, attached to rock or gravel. Often times a mushroom may release itself from the rock or gravel it was adhered to, but will reattach to a new piece of substrate once adjusted to their new home.

Mushroom corals, are very hardy corals, and one of the best for the beginner reef aquarium. Among one of the best beginner corals, they can even be maintained in aquariums with just sand substrate, live rock, and an airstone for water movement and oxygenation. This is because they will tolerate high levels of nitrate and other organic compounds. They will do even better, and their colors will brighten in an aquarium with low levels of organic compounds. Most mushroom coral prefer indirect light or shade so high power lighting is not required.

So What do you get? Every Nano Mushroom package includes a variety of different species of mushrooms depending on current availability, and will even include a Super bright Florida Ricordea.The individual mushrooms are attached to small pieces of live rock or gravel. By ordering multiple Nano Mushroom Packages, you can create the ultimate Nano tank utopia.
Tech Notes on Mushroom Corals: When mushrooms are shipped it is normal for them to arrive very small, fully deflated. Over a period of time (this varies from days to more than a week), in their new reef aquarium, they will adjust to their new aquarium conditions and they will open fully becoming a beautiful addition to the Nano Reef Tank,. The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within the mushroom coral provides the majority of its nutritional requirements from the light driven process of photosynthesis. Mushroom corals will also benefit from regular feedings of zooplankton and small meaty items. Place the mushroom coral low in the aquarium until they open fully, and then gradually over a few weeks, move the coral to the desired location. To open large, mushroom corals prefer low water movement within the aquarium. 
Difficulty Level: Easy

4 Pack $31.99 6 Pack $49.99 12 Pack $99.99

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Aquarium Creation's Coral Nugget 12 Pack
A Beautiful Assortment of 12 bright colored small corals.
Strike it Rich for only $124.99

 
Our Coral Nugget Box is an assortment of 12 different small corals. The perfect package for Nano or small reef aquariums. Of course they can be placed in larger reef aquariums when you wish to start small and watch them grow! These little affordable shiny nuggets are selling themselves. Not all of our customer can drop $40.00 to $60.00 dollars on a coral, but they sure can muster up the $12.00 each that this assortment breaks down to. Try a Nugget Box and strike it rich! When ordering more than 1 Nugget Box, we will provide a large variety to help you create a diverse coral reef aquarium.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Approximate shipping size: 1-1/2" to 2"


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ORA Aquacultured Pink Pom Pom Xenia Coral
Description:Aquacultured Xenia are hardier than wild-caught species and tend to reproduce more quickly. This pulsing Red Sea pink pom pom Xenia is growing on frag block. The Pom Pom Xenia coral species has a short stem with a frilly, pink, fast pulsing head. This coral grows and spreads very quickly. It is easy to keep in most aquariums and adapts to most lighting. One of the best beginner corals. You get at least 2 stalks or more. Please acclimate ASAP upon arrival and give it some time to bounce back from shipping. They require a low to medium light level combined with a moderate amount of water movement within the aquarium. Xenia does not possess any stinging capability and will not bother other corals, but can tend to grow over and shadow its neighbors so leave room for growth. When water conditions are right Xenia can reproduce by division at an very fast rate and may require frequent pruning to keep it from crowding out other corals.
Diet and location Requirements: Xenia contain the symbiotic algae zooxanthellae which means its food source is light and they do not need any additional feeding. Supplementing its diet with the addition of trace elements will help to insure its continued good health.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1-1/4" to 2&quot

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Aquaculture Bright Eagle Eye Zoas
Zoanthid sp.
Aquacultured Eagle Eye Zoanthid Polyps
Description Zoanthid polyps are easy to keep which makes them a good choice for beginner reef aquarists. Our aquacultured bright eagle eye zoas are one of the classic saltwater Zoanthid morphs currently popular. There are 10 or more polyps growing on each frag. Zoanthid polyps are all fast growing and adjust to most lighting. In good water parameters they will reproduce easily in the reef aquarium by budding which will increase the size of their colony.
Feeding and diet:They contain the symbiotic algae zooxanthellae which will provide almost all of their nutritional requirements. Supplementing its diet with the addition of trace elements will help to insure its continued good health.

Coral Placement: Place Zoanthid corals low to medium height in the aquarium. Within a week or two if conditions are correct they will open fully.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Note: When Zoanthid corals are shipped, it is perfectly normal for them to arrive totally wrapped in wet paper towel with a very small amount of water/moisture in the bag. Zoanthids will slowly acclimate to your aquariums lighting and water flow. To be fully open it may take from several days to a few weeks. Be patient it is totally worth it!

10 or more polyps growing on a frag $39.99

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Aquacultured Kryptonite Candycane Coral
Caulastrea furcata

Description Our aquacultured kryptonite candycane coral, Caulastrea furcata, will add a blast of yellow-green color to your tank. It is a hardy, peaceful reef coral that has very short sweeper tentacles when extended. The coral cluster includes 3 heads. This is easy to keep coral and maintain it's intense color over time. The coral is mounted on a frag tile. This Candycane coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral that has other common names such as Trumpet, Torch, or Bullseye Coral. The skeleton of this species is branched out of a central base and terminates into a large head that resembles a trumpet. They require low to moderate lighting and moderate water movement. If you are adding it to a tank with very bright lighting such as metal halides and powerful LED's start the Trumpet coral at the bottom of the tank for a few weeks. Once you see the coral fully opening, slowly over many weeks, you can move the coral up a little at a time till it is where you wish it to permanently reside.

Feeding and diet:Trumpet corals love to eat and it gives them energy to be super healthy and grow faster! We feed meaty foods such as brine shrimp, baby mysis shrimp and zooplankton most often enriched with selcon. Just like every other coral, it is recommended to also add to the water calcium, strontium, and trace elements.

Coral Placement: Place the trumpet coral low to middle of your tank.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Approximate Expanded Size: 1" to 2"

3+ Heads $24.99

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"Fruitloops" Zoa's
Zoanthus sp.


Description Zoanthid polyps are easy to keep which makes them a good choice for beginner reef aquarists. Our aquacultured bright eagle eye zoas are one of the classic saltwater Zoanthid morphs currently popular. There are 10 or more polyps growing on each frag. Zoanthid polyps are all fast growing and adjust to most lighting. In good water parameters they will reproduce easily in the reef aquarium by budding which will increase the size of their colony.
Feeding and diet:They contain the symbiotic algae zooxanthellae which will provide almost all of their nutritional requirements. Supplementing its diet with the addition of trace elements will help to insure its continued good health.

Coral Placement: Place Zoanthid corals low to medium height in the aquarium. Within a week or two if conditions are correct they will open fully.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Note: When Zoanthid corals are shipped, it is perfectly normal for them to arrive totally wrapped in wet paper towel with a very small amount of water/moisture in the bag. Zoanthids will slowly acclimate to your aquariums lighting and water flow. To be fully open it may take from several days to a few weeks. Be patient it is totally worth it!

5+ polyp Frag $74.99

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Metallic Green Star Polyp Coral
Description:Very hardy, light and water tolerant, Metallic Green Star polyps are extremely hardy and can survive most reef tank conditions. They prefer moderate water motion. They do well within a wide range of temperature from as low as 72º to as high as 84ºF. Not very aggressive but they have an encrusting growth pattern, which can lead to encroachment on its neighbors. Best method to keep this from happening is just to trim it back as it grows and place the new growth where you wish to have more beautiful Metallic Green Star polyps. Most of their requirements are met just from sunlight. This is called being photosynthetic. It means they do not require feeding. Since they tolerate a wide range of water flow and light they can be placed most anywhere in the reef tank. A great beginner coral and excellent for beginner propagation. Metallic Green Star polyps are easily propagated by cutting a section of the purple mat from the main colony using scissors and attaching it to a piece of live rock with a rubber band or reef glue.

Diet and location Requirements: The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies is responsible for providing the majority of their nutritional requirements via the algae's light driven process called photosynthesis. They also will benefit from weekly feedings of micro-plankton or foods designed for filter feeding coral and invertebrates. As always we recommend the addition of iodine and other trace elements to the water.

Approximate Purchase Size: XSmall: 1" to 1-1/2"; Small: 2" to 3-1/2"; Medium: 4" to 5"; Large: 5-1/2" to 7";

XSmall $19.99 Small $44.99 Medium $59.99 Large $69.99



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Full Size Zoanthid Polyp Rocks
Zoanthid sp.


Description Zoanthid polyps are one of the favorite collector's items of the reef aquarium hobbyist's. Many different color varieties and combinations exist and are sought after within the trade. Colonies of zoanthid polyps are easy to frag and can spread to cover a surface rapidly under the proper conditions. Colors can vary and photos are representative only.

Feeding and diet: The Zoanthid coral's diet is totally from filter feeding out of the water, micro plankton and other filtered foods. Feed your tank either phytoplankton, brine shrimp, or any of the frozen or powdered foods for filter feeders. In the reef aquarium, the addition of bottled trace elements such as iodine and strontium should supplement the water to ensure good health at all times.

Tank Requirements: Zoanthid colonies require moderate flow to carry food to them and waste away from their polyps. Lighting requirements vary some depending on the variety. More brightly colored zoanthid colonies can require higher light than more subdued color polyps.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Note: The zoanthid colonies shown here are representative only and the exact pieces you will receive can vary in size, shape and exact color. Please contact our order department if you would like more information.

Eagle Eye Polyp Rock $149.99
Whicked Rose Polyp Rock $149.99
Keds Red Polyp Rock $149.99
Lunar Eclipse Polyp Rock $129.99
True Blue Polyp Rock $149.99
Radio Active Dragon Eye Polyp Rock $129.99
Dragon Eye / Eagle Eye Combo Polyp Rock $129.99
Combination of Zoanthids Ultra Polyp Rock $129.99
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Aquacultured Yellow Lined Clove Polyps
Description:Clove Polyps are also commonly referred to as Eight Tentacle Polyps, or Encrusting Polyps. Nomally just green tones with a beige backround, these are a special morph we found and have aquacultured that have the destinctive green in color but with bright yellow lines that are visible under actinic and other the lighting favoring the blue hues of our reef tanks. They are colonial animals with several individual polyps attached to a single piece of live rock. They grow well in the established reef aquarium by encrusting over adjacent rock work. Because they can be easily stung and damaged by other aggressive corals they need adequate space between themselves and other corals. They are not difficult to maintain and require moderate lighting combined with moderate water movement.

Diet and location Requirements: The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies is responsible for providing the majority of their nutritional requirements via the algae's light driven process called photosynthesis. They also will benefit from weekly feedings of micro-plankton or foods designed for filter feeding coral and invertebrates. As always we recommend the addition of iodine and other trace elements to the water.

Approximate Purchase Size: 1" to 1-1/2"

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Bright Red Chile Coral
Nephthyigorgia sp.
Excellent Beginner Coral Chile Coral, bright red with white polyps
Description In the ocean Chili Coral (Nephthyigorgia sp.) tends to form small colonies on shady reef slopes. The tissue is usually some shade of red,with white polyps that extend to feed. Colonies typically stay under about six inches in height and do best when in a shaded areas such as in a cave or under a ledge, or just in lower light level reef aquariums. Since Chili Coral is a non-photosynthetic coral (does not feed off of light), and therefore does not require lighting to thrive it is an excellent choice for lower light aquariums. Since the Chile Coral is not photosynthetic, it must be fed fine particulate invert food in the home aquarium. 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.

Feeding and diet:The chile coral's diet is totally from filter feeding out of the water, micro plankton and other filtered foods. Feed your tank either phytoplankton, brine shrimp, or any of the frozen or powdered foods for filter feeders. In the reef aquarium, the addition of bottled trace elements such as iodine and strontium should supplement the water to ensure good health at all times.

Tank Requirements: An established reef aquarium aquascaped with ample live rock overhangs and ledges provides an ideal environment. The Chili Coral requires low lighting levels combined with a moderate level of indirect water movement.
Place the Chili Coral underneath live rock overhangs and out of direct bright light to prevent damaging stress. The Chili Coral will not usually fully open in direct water current. Water flow provided by a powerhead or wavemaker directed at the glass or nearby rock is ideal. Though peaceful, the Chili Coral (and all soft corals) should be given ample space between neighboring corals or anemones to accommodate for growth.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Approximate Inflated Size: Medium 3" to 4"
$39.99
Medium size reg. $49.99

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Aquacultured Australian Bright Green Duncan Coral
Duncanopsammia sp.

Description Our clusters of aquacultured bright green duncans have between 3 and 7 heads. This coral grows new heads very quickly if you provide weekly feedings of frozen mysis or brine shrimp. It is attached to a man made rock base. The colonies form via long, tubular corallites with neon green oral discs and polyps that stay extended day and night. Native to the deeper waters of Western and Northern Australia and the South China Sea. This corals natural location is in deep waters on soft and often muddy substrates or shallow shady turbid areas. Place in low to moderate current areas with low to moderate light in the home reef aquarium. This coral is peaceful and does well with other non-aggressive corals and invertebrates.

Feeding and diet:Duncan corals feed on meaty foods such as brine shrimp, baby mysis shrimp and zooplankton which we enrich with selcon. Just like every other coral, we recommend to also add to the water calcium, strontium, and trace elements.

Coral Placement: Place the Duncan coral low to middle of your tank.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Approximate Expanded Size: 1" to 2"

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 Emerald Green Devils Hand Leather Coral
Sarchophyton Sp.
Description The Emerald Green Leather Coral from Idonesia is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and make an excellent coral for the beginning through expert reef aquarist. The Emerald Green Devils Hand Leather Coral is also referred to as Sarcophyton Coral, Rose Leather Coral, or Trough Coral. They are found in various shades of brown, blue, green, or yellow. It is difficult to identify many species because they all have the similar appearance of a mushroom or toadstool, each with a distinct stalk and capitulum (cap). As they grow older, they develop a folded appearance. Leather Corals are relatively peaceful, but adequate space should be provided between them and other corals in the reef aquarium. Culturing by the experienced hobbyist is often accomplished by cutting off a portion of the Corals crown and attaching that piece to live rock or placing it in the sandy bottom of the reef aquarium.

Tank Requirements:
Leather Corals require medium to high lighting combined with medium to strong water movement. For continued good health, they will also require the addition of iodine, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.

Feeding and diet:The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies is responsible for providing the majority of their nutritional requirements via the algae's light driven process called photosynthesis. They also will benefit from weekly feedings of micro-plankton or foods designed for filter feeding coral and invertebrates. As always we recommend the addition of iodine and other trace elements to the water.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Approx expanded size: Medium: 3-1/2" to 4-1/2"

Medium - $69.99

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 True Orange Mushroom Coral- Not Photoshopped
Actinodiscus sp.


Description:Until recently Bright Orange Mushrooms have been a rare commodity in the reef aquarium world. We now have a supplier that has been supplying us with Bright Orange Mushrooms that are a true Orange Color, very hardy and relatively easy to maintain, and under the right conditions multiplies and spreads fairly rapidly.

Lighting:
This is 1 time high power lighting is not preferred. The Actinodiscus Mushroom coral as is most mushroom corals prefer either indirect light if lighting is very bright, or lower levels of light such as T5 or T6 fluorescent lighting.

Water Current:To fully open mushroom corals prefer low water movement within the aquarium. 

Feeding and diet: The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies is responsible for providing the majority of their nutritional requirements via the algae's light driven process called photosynthesis. They also will benefit from weekly feedings of micro-plankton or foods designed for filter feeding coral and invertebrates. As always we recommend the addition of iodine and other trace elements to the water.

Coral Placement: Place the mushroom corals low in the aquarium on the substrate, within a week or two if conditions are correct they will open fully.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Purchase Info: Mushrooms come attached to a small frag or piece of rock

Note: When mushroom corals are shipped, it is perfectly normal for them to arrive in very little water wrapped in a wet paper towel. This is done because we have found they ship much better this way. They will arrive totally deflated and very small. Once adjusted to your aquarium conditions, however, they will open. The acclimation process can take several days to 2 weeks.

Approx inflated size: Per mushroom: 1-1/2" to 2-1/2"

$27.99
Sold 1 Mushroom attached to a small frag or pc of rubble rock

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Aussie Big Polyp Ultra Blastomussa Wellsi Colonies
Blastomussa Wellsi


Description: The Blastomussa Coral is also called the Blastomussa Pineapple Coral. What we have in stock right now are ultra colonies out of Australia, where some of the nicest, brightest colonies come from. You will also hear it referred to sometimes as a Swollen Brain Coral. Its beauty far exceeds that of any other coral in the brain family.
A coral in the large polyp stony (LPS) family the round swollen discs when open resembles a mushroom anemone. Found in Red, Green, Blue, Brown, or a combination of some of these colors. In this case we are offering the Red Blastomussa with possibly a 2nd color of bright neon green showing when fully opened. The Blastomussa Coral does well in an established reef aquarium and we feel it is a moderately hardy coral.

Placement: Place Blastomussa on the bottom or lower portion of the tank. Being a peaceful coral, keep enough between it and any stinging corals since it cannot defend itself. A low water current combined with a moderate light level will make a wonderful home for this coral.

Food and diet: The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies is responsible for providing the majority of their nutritional requirements via the algae's light driven process called photosynthesis. They also will benefit from weekly feedings of micro-plankton or foods designed for filter feeding coral and invertebrates. As always we recommend the addition of iodine and other trace elements to the water.

Approx size: small 1-1/4" to 2"; medium 2-1/2" to 3-1/2";

Level of Care: Moderately hardy

Small - $99.99 Medium - $199.99

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Photos are representative of each species. Each animal is unique and variations should be expected.
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