Snail Trochus (Trochus sp.)
Snail Trochus (Trochus sp.) $12.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Banded Trochus Snail is prized by marine aquarists of all experience levels for numerous reasons. Like other members of the Trochidae family, the Banded Trochus is easy to care for and very adept at working as your aquarium's cleanup crew. The Banded Trochus Snail normally has a black foot that is an off white/tan colour on the underside of the foot. It boasts a pale grey, top- or pyramid-shaped shell. Thanks to the maroon stripes or bands on its shell, the Banded Trochus Snail adds a unique flair to any marine system. Also known as the Trochus, Turban or Top Shell, or Turban Snail, this species of the Trochus genus is the true Banded Trochus Snail from Indonesia. Perhaps what many aquarists appreciate the most is the ease with which Banded Trochus Snails seem to breed in the home aquarium. It reproduces sexually by releasing gametes into the water column. The gametes appear as a cloudy, white substance. Breeding activity is usually sparked by changes in lighting or water conditions. After the gametes join, they develop into free-swimming larvae that eventually settle into your aquarium substrate and develop into mature snails over a period of a few months. The Banded Trochus Snail is well suited for reef aquariums. As a general rule, you can keep one snail for every two to three gallons of aquarium water. The Banded Trochus Snail is very peaceful and because of its shell shape, it is not easily eaten by crabs. Unlike its close relative, the Tectus Snail, the Banded Trochus Snail can right itself when knocked over. The Banded Trochus Snail does best in a well-established aquarium with ample hiding places and room to forage. It naturally feeds on algae, cyanobacteria, and diatoms amongst your live rock, substrate, and aquarium glass. The Banded Trochus is also an effective film algae eater. However, they only passively graze on other nuisance algae, such as hair algae. Like other invertebrates, Trochus sp. is sensitive to high nitrate levels and intolerant of copper-based medications. It requires a gradual acclimation process, preferably the drip acclimation method. If food levels are insufficient in your aquarium, supplement their diet with dried seaweed. Though most Banded Trochus Snails seem to breed easily, there are no distinguishing characteristics between males and females.
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Snail Nassarius (Nassarius sp.)
Snail Nassarius (Nassarius sp.) $7.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Nassarius Snail is a little snail with a big appetite. This hungry critter glides through your aquarium foraging for food. The Nassarius Snail is an efficient scavenger and detritus eater and is the perfect member of your reef aquarium cleanup crew. You will be pleased at how quickly a small group of Nassarius Snails will clear detritus, uneaten food, decaying organics, and fish waste. The Nassarius Snail is a small scavenger with an oval, spiral shell that resembles an olive pit. The Nassarius Snail likes to burrow in the sand, usually with its long, tube-like siphon protruding from the substrate. As it searches for food, the Nassarius Snail helps prevent compaction and aerates aquarium substrate. The Nassarius Snail prefers an established aquarium with live rock and a deep sand bed. It is sensitive to high nitrate levels and copper-based medications. The Nassarius Snail is extremely difficult to breed in captivity.
Crab Green Emerald (Mithraculus sculptus)
Crab Green Emerald (Mithraculus... $16.99
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Snail Spiney Pacific Turban... $9.00
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Shrimp Scarlet Skunk Cleaner
Shrimp Scarlet Skunk Cleaner $59.99
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Crab Scarlet Hermit
Crab Scarlet Hermit $9.99
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Puffer Pearl Toby (Canthigaster margaritata)
Puffer Pearl Toby (Canthigaster... $50.00
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Crab Red Emerald (Mithraculus sculptus)
Crab Red Emerald (Mithraculus... $16.99
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Red Emerald Crab is well respected for its scavenging ability. It will enthusiastically feed on uneaten meaty foods and many types of nuisance algae. Unlike many other animals, Mithraculus sculptus will eat bubble algae and helps clean your aquarium of these algae. Its distinct, flat shiny red body and hairy legs easily identify the Red Emerald Crab. Native to the reefs of the Caribbean, the Red Emerald Crab is nocturnal and hides in caves and amongst rubble during the day. In the home aquarium, this member of the Majidae family requires a well-established aquarium with plenty of rockwork and hiding places. Once familiar with its surroundings, the Red Emerald Crab will venture out of hiding during the day to forage on algae. Care needs to be taken to ensure an ample supply of food is available for the Red Emerald Crab. Many aquarists supplement the Red Emerald Crab's diet with dried seaweed and chopped meaty foods, such as shrimp, as well as a quality pellet fish food. Otherwise, this opportunistic feeder may turn to corals, invertebrates, or small fish for a food source. However, when well fed, most Red Emerald Crabs are very tolerant of their tankmates and highly compatible in reef environments. Like other invertebrates, the Red Emerald Crab does not tolerate copper-based medications or fluctuating water parameters.
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Snail Astraea Turbo (Astraea tecta)
Snail Astraea Turbo (Astraea... $4.99
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Cardinalfish Pajama (Apogon nematoptera)
Cardinalfish Pajama (Apogon nematoptera) $40.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Pajama Cardinalfish is a rainbow of playful colors. It has a greenish-yellow face, bright orange eyes, and a silver-based body dressed with a bold black scalar margin and a posterior dotted with orange polka-dots. Though its bold coloration may stand out, Sphaeramia nematoptera has a peaceful nature that lets it blend perfectly into any community saltwater aquarium. For the best care, the Pajama Cardinalfish should be kept in small schools in suitably sized aquariums of at least 30 gallons. Because the Pajama Cardinalfish is a slow and methodical swimmer, it should be housed with peaceful tankmates and offered a plethora of hiding places amongst rockwork or plants. Most Pajama Cardinalfish will tend to hide in sea grass or other plants. Some may also camouflage themselves against long spined sea urchins. Like many other schooling fish, the Pajama Cardinalfish will form a strict hierarchy when kept in small groups within the aquarium. However, unlike some social fish, this member of the Apogonidae family does not use aggression to exert dominance over other cardinalfish. The Pajama Cardinalfish 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.
Crab Halloween Hermit (Ciliopagurus strigatus)
Crab Halloween Hermit (Ciliopagurus... $20.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Halloween Hermit Crab, with its vibrant orange and red banding, stands out as a member of your aquarium cleanup crew. Originating from the Hawaiian Islands, the Halloween Hermit Crab boasts attractive color variegation and is a beautiful accent to the marine aquarium. The Halloween Hermit Crab is a very useful aquarium cleaner that helps maintain a healthy aquarium environment by eating any left over food that may settle on the substrate. Adding further value, the Halloween Hermit Crab is known to efficiently eat algae including green hair algae and cyanobacteria. It also provides a valuable service of aerating aquarium substrate by sifting through the sand. Be aware that as the Halloween Hermit Crab attains a large size, this lumbering scavenger may disrupt rockwork or corals in reef aquariums. The Halloween Hermit Crab lives in abandoned snail or triton shells and may resort to attacking and eating a snail so it can use the shell for its home. To prevent this from happening, provide the Halloween Hermit Crab empty shells of assorted shapes and size. If there is an insufficient amount of algae present, the Halloween Hermit Crab will need to be fed dried seaweed, as well as meaty items such as mysis shrimp.
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Blenny Molly Miller (Scartella cristata)
Blenny Molly Miller (Scartella... $50.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Molly Miller Blenny, also known as the Comb-tooth Blenny, originates in the Caribbean Ocean. Its colour is a mottled tan, white and black covering the body and fins. The head of this fish is covered with short hair-like appendages and has two very large eyes. A well-established 30-gallon or larger aquarium with multiple hiding places and plenty of live rock is a suitable environment. The live rock provides places to hunt and feed on small crustaceans and algae as well as places to hide. It is not usually aggressive unless the tank mates appear to have a similar shape as it does. The diet should include meaty items such as finely chopped crustacean flesh, vitamin enriched frozen brine and mysis shrimp. If insufficient algae is present in the aquarium, the diet should be supplemented with a quality dried seaweed.
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Urchin Tuxedo
Urchin Tuxedo $45.00
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! Tuxedo urchins are one of the most beautiful urchin and virtually maintenance free. They are absolute algae monsters and will scavenger over rocks for nuisance algae and uneaten food. They don't need any special care of feeding. They are safe to handle and non venomous.
Clownfish Ocellaris (Amphiprion ocellaris) Clownfish Ocellaris (Amphiprion ocellaris)
Clownfish Ocellaris (Amphiprion ocellaris) $34.99
Livestock inventory might be off when numbers are low. If you place an online order and we are out of stock, you will automatically receive a refund for out of stock items! The Ocellaris Clownfish may be one of the aquarium industry's most popular marine fish. Its beautiful orange body dressed with white bands outlined in black instantly distinguishes the Ocellaris Clownfish. This member of the Pomacentridae family is an excellent addition to almost any saltwater aquarium system. The Ocellaris Clownfish is also easy to breed in the home aquarium. The females will be the largest of the pair and the two fish will usually stay close to each other in the aquarium. The Ocellaris Clownfish is an egg layer 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 water temperature. The fry must be reared in a separate aquarium on a diet of rotifers followed by baby brine shrimp.
Damsel Green Chromis (Chromis viridis)
Damsel Green Chromis (Chromis... $42.99
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