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    Default sea urchin

    Used to have 3 of these in my tank, they unfortunately all died. 2 died in different apartment moves, 1 year apart. 2nd didnt survive the move into new house during winter in KY.

    Am lo0king to get same urchin. They came as hitchhikers on live rock, started out (first I saw them) smaller than a pencil eraser. So I dont know what their called at all.

    The pic is when I had 1 in the tank, he/she was releasing eggs/sperm into the water. Was a wild experience. Can anyone ID this sea urchin please?

    Pic 0179 - sea urchin

    Pic 0178 - sea urchin

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    greg97527 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Dec 2006
    Grants Pass, Oregon
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    To the casual observer, the long-spined sea urchin,
    [LEFT][SIZE=4]Diadema antillarum[FONT=Times New Roman,Times New Roman], appears to be little more than a collection of sharp black spines protruding from the seafloor. And the unwary swimmer will not soon forget a close encounter - the spines can easily penetrate the skin and break off, leaving a painful reminder. Despite this sea urchin
    It's all about the reef. :YEAH:

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