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Pictured below is a species of Brittle Stars.They are echinoderms, closely related to starfish. They crawl across the sea-floor using their flexible arms as "legs" for locomotion.
Pictured below is a common gulf dwarf (octopi. Cep O. mercatoris Order; Octopoda). I have had all kinds saltwater pets and my octopus is by far the coolest. He sticks his tentacles out when he sees me expecting a treat. They can be hand fed. They are constantly changing colors from brown,red,white and tan. These are a seasonal spieces. Ask us about avaliblty of mated pairs and eggs.
Pictured below is a Lettered Olive Snail (Oliva sayana Gastropoda Prosobranchia). These snails are great sand sifters. They eat left over fish food and detiats that is in your live sand. They have a beautiful shiny spiral shell.
Pictured below is a Red-Ridged Cling Crab. Brachyura Algie eaters, AKA royal ruby reds, mithrax crabs. These guys eat alga all day long. They will help control bubble algae (Valonia and Dictyosphaeria), and hair algae, as well as other macro algae. They aren't real active crabs, but they stay busy picking at the algae on your rocks and over time they get it under control and keep it under control. Like most crabs, they are scavengers and will eat just about any food offered to them, but when they aren't eating the food you give them, they go back to picking at the rocks. They'll pick around the edges of your corals, and pick detritus off them, but the will not harm the coral
Pictured below are our Seahorses. We offer brown, black, and colored H. erectus Seahorses. All of our seahorses are aquacultured in Florida. They are captive bred seahorses. We carry a variety of different sizes and colors. Please contact us for price and availability.