Hi. Just wanted to let you know that the Berghia arrived in good condition. At least 5 of the 6 ate during the acclimation period which as a real relief to me. All 6 seemed like they were moving around and have all been placed into my tank. I watc...


Pink Paddle Brittle Starfish (Ophiocoma echinata)

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Pink Paddle Brittle Starfish (Ophiocoma echinata)


This Pink Paddle brittle star is fairly easy to keep invertrebrates. This star will do best in a tank with nitrates lower than 20ppm.

Brittle stars, (Ophiuroidea sp.) have no tube feet, and their arms are more mobile than sea stars.  Their central disk is also more distinct than that of sea stars.  Most brittle stars are scavengers.  These will also happily eat fish food.  Please see this article about Echinoderms to learn more about it.

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Berghia arrived safe and sound

The berghia and corals arrived safe and sound, right on time. Berghia were active in bag and while acclimating. The ONLY thing I had trouble with was that they wanted to stick to the inside of the pipet and I was afraid I jostled them too much getting ...

Stacye Richey from New Albany, MS