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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. Deep-Sea Snail Shell Could Inspire Better Body Armor

    http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/01/snail-armor/
    Started by FragFrenzy, 01-22-2010 12:25 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  2. rock cleaning snails

    it looks like I need to replenish my cleaning crew. what are good snails for cleaning algea off of live rock? I have 2 big turbos already but it...
    Started by youngtimothy, 12-03-2009 06:57 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  3. Nassarius Snail

    I do believe mine just laid a bunch of eggs! Way cool!!!
    Started by MizTanks, 11-02-2009 12:47 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  4. Zucinnie Squash

    Anybody ever feed this too their snails? I do my FW snails and was just wondering iffin SW snails would love it just as much????
    Started by MizTanks, 10-14-2009 01:38 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  5. Snail ID

    Started by thefishgirl, 10-02-2009 09:08 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  6. Snail ID pics included

    When we started the growout/breeding experiment we had everything but the fish in a 10g. We saw this tiny odd snail. We didn't see any damage going...
    Started by ramoth41, 06-05-2009 07:04 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  7. snail outbreak

    anyone ever had a snail frenzy ? I have seen about 200 baby snails (looks to be margarita and turbo mix) they are really keeping the glass clean,...
    Started by reefgeek, 07-12-2006 12:23 PM
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  8. eggs?

    these are snail eggs im assuming? do i need to put rocks around them to protect them and how long does it usually take to hatch ...
    Started by philburt, 02-06-2008 08:58 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  9. Stocking Red Footed Conch

    Anyone know the rule of thumb for stocking these guys? http://www.etropicals.com/product/prod_Display.cfm?siteid=43&pCatId=2249
    Started by Sweetpea, 12-29-2007 03:19 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  10. What happens when it grows up?

    I was looking at my 12G today and I found my little snail. I noticed a while ago that the snail had a little feather duster on it, I thought thats...
    Started by mutts, 01-30-2007 12:02 AM
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  11. baster feeding

    anyone ever seen this before ?? a Nassarius snail and a serpent star being baster fed !!
    Started by lReef lKeeper, 10-12-2006 09:31 PM

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    Snails & Mollusks
  12. Linckia Stars

    Anyone have any, what colors? How are you maintaing them? I have a small oRange oner I picked up a week ago, he seems to be doing well, I saw him in...
    Started by chrisl1, 04-27-2006 09:45 AM
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