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IOM T 0110 Rhynchocinetes durbanensis
First and foremost, this is a poor choice for the reef aquarium, as it will feed upon coral ...
Describer: GORDON 1936
Iom T 1209 Cliona vastifica
This is a filter-feeding animal that requires excellent water movement. As with most sponges, ...
Describer: (HANCOCK 1849)
IOM T 1109 Mithraculus (Mithrax) sculptus
These heavily armored crabs have a shiny-green carapace and claws, with hairy, dark-green ...
Describer: (LAMARCK 1818)
FOM T 1109 Pictichromis paccagnellae
Purple in front, yellow behind, this half-and-half fish always catches your eye. May be ...
Describer: (AXELROD 1973)
Iom T 1009 Amplexidiscus fenestrafer
These mostly photosynthetic corals, which can attain a diameter of 12 to 14 inches, are among ...
Describer: DUNN & HAMNER 1980
FOM Chromis viridis
The panoply of common names for this fish that contain “blue” and/or ...
Describer: (CUVIER 1830)
IOM Sabellastarte indica
Sabellid worms, commonly called feather dusters, construct a leathery tube, sometimes up to 10 ...
Describer: (SAVIGNY 1822)
IOM T 0809 Eucidaris tribuloides
This is a small, slow-moving animal with a test/body measuring 2 to 3 inches featuring short, ...
Describer: (LAMARCK 1816)
IOM 0709 Rhodactis mussoides
Rhodactis are extremely easy to maintain, as they require only low to moderate light, some ...
Describer: (SAVILLE-KENT 1893)
Iom T 0609 Lima scabra
This is an attractive species, but it is short-lived in aquaria. It persists to be available in ...
Describer: (BORN 1778)
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