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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. Babies or Predator??

    Are these baby snails or something trying to eat my snail????
    Started by Sir Patrick, 01-19-2015 11:51 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  2. Now thats a snail!

    I picked up 2 of these 2 weeks ago and they are great. cleaned my tank of algae in no time they're huge each about 1 1/4 dia.
    Started by Rpalt1, 12-14-2013 07:07 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  3. Feeding Algae Eating Snail?

    Just wondering...my tank is pretty much algae free and I'd like to have something for these snails to eat. A supplement maybe? Any suggestions?
    Started by MizTanks, 04-15-2013 10:35 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  4. Ceriths Snails becoming meals for Hermits?

    I added I believe ten ceriths to my CUC and a couple days later I noticed hermits wearing there shells. Im not sure if the snails ate the or just...
    Started by PeregrinTook, 01-28-2013 02:19 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  5. Baby Snails?

    Today when I added live rock I noticed multiple what look like very tiny turbo snails. I recently added two turbos is it possible that I bought them...
    Started by PeregrinTook, 01-26-2013 05:08 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  6. Spiny Star Astraea

    Has anyone ever dealt with these guys? I bought two on Tuesday when I was adding to my clean up crew mainly because they looked cool. When I bought...
    Started by PeregrinTook, 01-24-2013 02:48 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  7. snail

    i found in my tank is a red and white stripe snail is good or bad its real small i can't get a pic of it
    Started by blb75usa, 07-23-2012 12:55 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  8. Stomatella Snails spawning!

    I just got my first glimpse of a Stomatella snail spawning! How cool is that? Yup just sitting here hoping my clown goby pops up somewhere and I see...
    Started by MizTanks, 03-23-2012 11:17 AM


    Snails & Mollusks
  9. Limpet Bizkit?

    Lately I've noticed some of my Zoas and Yumas have being munched on, about that time I also noticed that my Limpet population has exploded. Could the...
    Started by Badfish, 03-16-2012 10:20 AM


    Snails & Mollusks
  10. cowrie snail

    I have a large cowrie snail that my LFS said was reef safe. Does anyone know if that is true? thanks, Joel
    Started by ShockSniper, 12-17-2011 09:17 PM


    Snails & Mollusks
  11. I.D. Help!

    Lights came on and I found this little snail attached to one of my power heads. No idea what type it is, but it definitely isn't something I...
    Started by MizTanks, 10-21-2011 09:23 AM
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  12. Whelk

    A while back I found this cool snail cruising my live rock. At the time he was about 1/4 inch. Fast forward to a week or two ago. Big (1 inch+)...
    Started by Seirre, 09-25-2011 04:01 PM


    Snails & Mollusks

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