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Rose Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)Rose Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)

Rose Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)

$149.99$299.99

The Rose Bulb or Rose Bubble Tip Anemone is a highly sought after red variant of the common Bubble Tip Anemone.  This medium sized (up to 12″) rock dwelling anemone that is a great candidate for hosting with clownfish.  They do well in most strongly illuminated reef tanks with pristine water quality and regular feeding of meaty foods.  These anemones are very mobile and can easily “walk” into pumps and overflow boxes.

Green Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)

Green Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)

$59.99

The Green Bulb or Green Bubble Tip Anemone is a highly sought after host anemone for aquarium Clownfish.  These medium sized (up to 12″) rock dwelling anemones do well in most strongly illuminated reef tanks with pristine water quality and regular feeding of meaty foods.  Keep in mind, they are very mobile and can easily “walk” into pumps and overflow boxes.

Candy Stripe Pistol Shrimp (Alpheus sp.)

Candy Stripe Pistol Shrimp (Alpheus sp.)

$29.99

The Candy Stripe Pistol Shrimp, also known as the Snapping Shrimp or the Randalls’ Pistol Shrimp, is native to the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific. Pistol Shrimp get their name from being able to snap their claws with extreme speed, sending an air bubble and a shock wave towards their prey to hunt. These shrimp are a beautiful and helpful additional to a saltwater setup, as they will sift through your sandy substrate to hunt and create a interesting symbiotic relationship with any gobies.

Tiger Pistol Shrimp (Alpheus bellulus)

Tiger Pistol Shrimp (Alpheus bellulus)

$24.99

The Tiger Pistol Shrimp (Alpheus bellulus), also known as the Snapping Shrimp or the Symbiotic Shrimp, is native to the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific. Tiger Pistol Shrimp get their name from being able to snap their claws with extreme speed, sending an airbubble and a shock wave towards their prey to hunt. These shrimp are a beautiful and helpful additional to a saltwater setup, as they will sift through your sandy substrate to hunt and create a interesting symbiotic relationship with any gobies.

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Acid Rain Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor)

$44.99$49.99

The Bulb or Bubble Tip Anemone is a medium sized (up to 12″) rock dwelling anemone that is a great candidate for hosting with clownfish.  They do well in most strongly illuminated reef tanks with pristine water quality and regular feeding of meaty foods.  These anemones are very mobile and can easily “walk” into pumps and overflow boxes.

Blood Red Fire Shrimp (Lysmata debelius)Notify Me

Blood Red Fire Shrimp (Lysmata debelius)

$59.99

The Blood Red Fire Shrimp (Lysmata debelius), also known as the Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp, Fire Shrimp, or Blood Shrimp, is one of the most popular saltwater invertebrates in the hobby. This brightly colored shrimp will often set up cleaning stations for its tankmates, removing detritus, parasites, and dead tissue from peaceful fish. The Blood Red Fire Shrimp is generally reef-safe and can thrive in large and nano tanks alike.

Approximate Purchase size 1 – 1.5″

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Chicago Sunburst Anemone (Entacmaea sp.)

$249.99$349.99

The Sunburst Anemone is a sought after highly pigmented red, green, and yellow, variant of the common Bubble Tip Anemone. This medium sized (up to 12″) rock dwelling anemone that is a great candidate for hosting with clownfish.  They do well in most strongly illuminated reef tanks with pristine water quality and regular feeding of meaty foods. These anemones are very mobile and can easily “walk” into pumps and overflow boxes.

Photo taken under Radion XR15 G5 Blue LED’s with Radiance program and lens filter. See gallery photos for 10k lighting images.

Tahitian Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima)Notify Me

Tahitian Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima)

$249.99

The Tahitian Maxima Clam (Tridacna maxima), or the small giant clam, is in high demand among aquarists due to their bright coloration and reasonable size in comparison to the true giant clam. These filter-feeding clams require high-light environments for their photosynthetic zooxanthellae.

Porcelain Anemone Crab (Neopetrolisthes ohshimai)Notify Me

Porcelain Anemone Crab (Neopetrolisthes ohshimai)

$19.99

The colorful Porcelain Anemone Crab (Neopetrolisthes ohshimai) makes a great addition to reef aquariums. This crustacean typically lives in pairs in association with a host sea anemone where they eat planktonic food and mucus from the anemone. In the aquarium these crabs can be protective of their anemone and aggressive towards conspecifics.

Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus)Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus)Notify Me

Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus)

$149.99

One of the most well-known and sought-after invertebrate species in the saltwater aquarium hobby, the Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus) is also known as the Clown Mantis Shrimp, the Harlequin Mantis Shrimp, the Rainbow Mantis Shrimp, or the Smashing Mantis Shrimp. This species is native to the tropical Indo-Pacific. Famous for their hunting strategy, mantis shrimp use their front claws to deliver a powerful blow to their prey. Growing up to 7 inches, they are also covered in elaborate multicolored patterns, adding to their allure. These are aggressive animals that will create and defend their burrows. Peacock Mantis Shrimp will be best kept alone, as they will hunt almost any other species in the tank.

Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta)Notify Me

Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta)

$54.99

The Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta) is a charismatic and unique choice for your saltwater aquarium. Easily recognized by its bright white body covered with colorful spots, these shrimp feed only on echinoderms (starfish and urchins) and are generally considered reef-safe. If you have an Asterina invasion, these shrimp will go straight to work cleaning your tank! They grow up to 2-inches, with females being slightly larger than the males as adults.