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Sea Spider

Common Name: Zoa Eating Spider, Sea Spider Scientific Name: Pantopoda or Pycnogonid Zoanthid Eating Spiders are marine arthropods. Many different kinds of  sea spiders are known to feed on Zoanthids. The Zoanthid…

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Fireworm

Common Name: Fireworm, Bearded Fireworm Scientific Name: Hermodice carunculata   The Fireworm is a type of  Bristle worm(click here to read more). Bristle worms are a segmented worms that are generally viewed to…

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Tunicate

Common Name: Tunicates, Sea Squirt Scientific Name: Tunicata Tunicates are a marine invertebrate.  They are marine filter feeders with a water-filled, sac-like body structure and two tubular openings, known as…

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Saltwater ich

Common Name: Saltwater Ich, Marine Ich, White spot disease Scientific Name: Cryptocaryon irritans Cryptocaryon irritans parasites many marine fish, causing marine white spot disease or marine Ich. It is one…

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Linkia Starfish

Common Name: Linkia Starfish Scientific Name: Linckia laevigata The Linkia Starfish has very bold coloration. Most are collected in solid blue or solid orange. Most come from Fiji Island. They are not…

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Marine Betta

Common Name: Marine Betta Scientific Name: Calloplesiops altevelis The Marine Betta, also known as the Comet, is a great choice for an experienced aquarium owner. The Marine Betta is carnivorous, but it…

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Green Hair Algea

Common Name: Green HairAlgae Scientific Name: Derbesia   The Green Hair algea grows in patches on the rocks that look like miniature grass. Green Hair Algae begins to grow when the Nitrates…

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Ribbon Worm – Nemertea

Common Name: Ribbon Worm , Nemertea  Scientific Name:  Phylum Nemertea They are all moderately sized animals, a few inches long, and they probably hitchhiked on live rock. While a few species have…

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Copepod

Common Name: Copepod. Scientific Name:  Copepoda. The Copapods are usualy sediment and rock dwellers and can be found in dark spots in and around live rock, they can be observed swimming…

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