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  • Indonesian blue/green tenuis. Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically around ~3 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping! 100% Aquacultured Origin: Bali Aquacultured since 2020
  • Classic coral is a characteristic Indonesian species. The A. gomezi grows in long, bushy, staghorn-like shape and has very distinct, protruding corallites which gives this coral a unique shape and appearance.  The color is blue tips, with green/gold hue on the base of the coral. Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically around ~3 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping! 100% Aquacultured Origin: Bali Aquacultured since 2020
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    The fattest, thickest staghorn out there! Similar in growth to an A. robusta or abrotanoides this Acropora grows in a thick, staghorn stape. Growth is fast in high flow and high light, and care level much easier the A abrotanoides. Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically around ~3 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping! 100% Aquacultured Origin: Bali Aquacultured since 2020
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    The Peppermint Shrimp is best known for its natural ability to manage nuisance Aiptasia, or glass anemones. The Western Atlantic Peppermint Shrimp complex Lysmata wurdemanni has been reclassified in 2006 by Andrew L. Rhyne and Junda Lin based on their morphology and color pattern. In general, peppermint shrimp from different regions can easily be identified to species level by their color patterns. Our peppermint shrimp are from either the Florida Keys or the Gulf of Mexico and are most often Lysmata boggessi, a species proven to consume Aiptaisa (Rhyne et al. 2004).
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    The Emerald Crab is well respected for its scavenging ability. It will enthusiastically feed on uneaten meaty foods and many types of nuisance algae like Valonia. Unlike many other animals, Mithraculus sculptus will eat bubble algae and helps clean your aquarium of these algae. Its distinct, flat shiny green body and hairy legs easily identify the Emerald Crab.
  • Don't let the Cerith Snail's small adult size fool you. As well as having a gorgeous, elongated spiral shell, this active scavenger can consume large amounts of detritus, uneaten food, fish waste, and algae. Plus, this species of the Cerithium genus often burrows in your aquarium sand and helps maintain adequate oxygen levels in the substrate.