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Other Marine Life

Anemones, clams, crabs, urchins, starfish, macroalgae, pods, shrimp, snails, mollusks, and worms...basically if it moves and isn't a fish, it probably can be discussed here.

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  1. Fun Mantis Shrimp Video

    Some cool facts about mantis shrimp....
    Started by jimsflies, 12-30-2015 01:30 PM

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    Shrimp
  2. Banded Shrimp - Anyone have experience?

    I know that they look small, but these guys certainly have some formidable claws... Anyone have any experience with them in a tank with smaller fish?...
    Started by dlhirst, 02-17-2015 04:20 PM

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    Shrimp
  3. Giant Mantis

    Check out this article and picture. Careful where you swim in Florida! Mega-mantis shrimp caught in Florida - Boing Boing
    Started by Hopkins, 09-05-2014 04:27 PM

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    Shrimp
  4. Blood red shrimp... Food thieves?

    I am thinking of getting a blood red shrimp (my son really wants one), but despise shrimp that steal the food I feed my corals. So, does anyone know...
    Started by Tom@HaslettMI, 08-24-2014 11:19 PM

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    Shrimp
  5. Cool Mantis Shrimp Video

    Check this one out...
    Started by jimsflies, 03-21-2014 07:55 AM

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    Shrimp
  6. 'Best' way to get rid of Pistol Shrimp?

    I just probably lost my gorgeous Flordia Ricodera Mushroom to my Pistol Shrimp. And, that's the last straw. The other two coral he almost killed were...
    Started by Danroth, 02-10-2013 10:32 AM

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    Shrimp
  7. Skunk cleaner shrimp molted again!!!

    Got up to check on the tank and noticed what I at first thought was my skunk cleaner shrimp being consumed by a maxi mini. Upon closer inspection it...
    Started by MizTanks, 01-06-2013 01:16 AM
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  8. Shrimp info.

    FYI shrimp LOVE to eat coral poop!!! Both my sexys and skunk went crazy today trying to get their share of my Hammers BIG release :) LOL
    Started by MizTanks, 10-22-2012 08:55 PM

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    Shrimp
  9. Coral Banded Shrimp

    Doing some research here. Thinking of one to deplete my bristle worm population. Anyone with experience with this shrimp?
    Started by MizTanks, 05-24-2012 12:15 PM

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    Shrimp
  10. Red Reef Lobsters -- Breeding/Rearing Offspring?

    Hey all -- Anyone keep Hawaiian red reef lobsters? If so, has anyone successfully bred them and raised the offspring? I have a mated pair of these...
    Started by PinkLady, 03-10-2012 06:28 PM
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    Shrimp
  11. Sexy's have disappeared!

    Got up this morning and my Sexy's are no where to be seen :( Will they do this if they're molting? I have nothing in the tank that will eat them....
    Started by MizTanks, 03-11-2012 12:19 PM

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    Shrimp
  12. Cleaner + Sexy Shrimp Compatibility?

    Would a Cleaner Shrimp eat Sexy Shrimp?
    Started by MizTanks, 03-05-2012 02:26 PM

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    Shrimp

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