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Marine Reef Aquarium Crab and Snail Photos

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Emerald Crab

 
Emerald Crab - Mithrax sculptus Emerald Crabs feed upon many types of algae including bubble algae which is what makes this particular crab so popular. They also feed on ditrius. These are very reef safe and do not harm other reef inhabitants. A very interesting crab and a great addition to any reef aquarium.

 

Med.Blue Leg Hermit Crab
 

Blueleg Hermit Crabs feed on a variety of algae including hair algae. Bluelegs are one of the best algae controllers. Our bluelegs arrive in a variety of shells. Completely reef safe.

 

Micro .Blue Leg Hermit Crab
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Micro Blueleg Hermit Crabs feed on a variety of algae including hair algae. Bluelegs are one of the best algae controllers. Our Micro Bluelegs arrive in a variety of shells. Completely reef safe.

Scarlet Leg C

Scarlet Reef Hermit - Paguristes cadenati - An interesting hermit that is a fairly good algae controller.

Horse Shoe Crab
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Horseshoe Crab Not a true crab but a very good detritus remover and sand sifter.

Turbo Snail
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Turbo Snail (Astrae) Still the best all round algae controller. Our turbo snails are always coraline encrusted, are collected daily and will arrive to you in great shape.

Cerith Snail
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Cerith Snail - Cerithium atratum These are the best variety of Cerith Snail that we have found for use in a reef aquarium. These consume algae including film algae and the red slime algae that form on the base of the glass of many aquariums. The tiny black snail that is in the lower right of this photo is what some have tried to pass off as Ceriths. It is called a false cerith and we do not consider it to be of much use within a reef aquarium.

Stocky Cerith -  Cerithium. litteratum 

Nerite Snails
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Nerite Snails are a great algae eater and the species that we offer, Nerita tessellata has much less of a tendency to crawl out of the aquarium than other species that are found in the Caribbean.  Nerite snails are a very popular item among our repeat customers and once they get used to the aquarium environment will consume large amounts of algae.

Virgin Nerite Snails
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  Virgin Nerite snails are a very popular item among our repeat customers and once they get used to the aquarium environment will consume large amounts of algae.

 

 

 

 

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