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AMAZING

Everyone told me in order to get rid of aiptasia, I needed to make a paste to kill them. I almost gave up after the aiptasia kept spreading and taking over my tank using the paste. I had Seahorses and they were really getting hurt. I finally googled an...

kelly bishop from USA, Michigan

Serpent Starfish t1-2

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Serpent Starfish t1-2

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This black and white serpent star is about 3 t0 5 inches wide from the tip of one leg to the tip of another. These stars are easier to keep than many other types, but will do best in a tank of at least 30 gallons. It is guaranteed for live arrival.

Serpent Stars are Brittle Stars (Ophiuroidea), 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. Some serpent stars are scavengers. These will happily eat fish food. Please see this article on Echinoderms to learn more about it.

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Arrived and Ate

Hi, They arrived right at 3:00 and are still being acclimated. They did eat a very small Aptasia and we?re looking forward to them eating a lot more! Thanks, Denise

Denise

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