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  1. Chiton Chiton

    Color: -
    Reef Safe: yes
    Care Level: Easy
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Tecumseh MI
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    Color is grey, most come as hitch hikers in the live rock.

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
    Team CR

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Houghton Lake
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    Awards Monthly Giveaway Winner Fantasy Football Champion Referral Award Monthly Giveaway Winner


    Sweet invert I have seen them at the Tropicorium before.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Fish Dad - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Flushing MI
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    Ok I didn't know what this was and went looking - sounds like a cool little guy to have in the tank

    I would name them Bill & Hillary GET IT HA

    Chitons have an eight-piece shell. The hard pieces are called valves. The leathery flesh is called the girdle and the girdle holds the valves together. There are about eight hundred kinds of chitons in the world. They cling to rocks. Their foot is a wide muscular organ that helps them hold on to rocks. They are very sluggish. They eat algae. They eat with their radula. Radula is a ribbon of hard teeth. The chitons grow 1/3 to 12 inches.

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