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Tridacna Maxima 1 (BG) Tridacna maxima
The giant clams (bivalves) of real interest fall into two genera—Tridacna and Hippopus. ...
Describer: (RÖDING 1798)
Chaetodon Chaetodon kleinii
As with most species with an extensive natural range, there are regional variants. Basic ...
Describer: BLOCH 1790
IOM Thor amboinensis
These small, nearly inch-long comical shrimp are commonly named the sexy shrimp because they ...
Describer: (DE MAN 1888)
IOM Nautilus pompilius
This is not an animal suitable for most aquarists. They rarely survive for very long in ...
Describer: LINNAEUS 1758
FOM Serranus baldwini
This is an excellent beginner’s fish. It makes a colorful and active addition to a FOWLR ...
Describer: (EVERMANN & MARSH 1899)
0209 INVERT Swiftia exserta
Placement in the aquarium and its feeding is extremely important if there is to be any level of ...
Describer: (DUCHASSAING and MICHELOTTI 1864)
0109 FOTM Choerodon fasciatus
The alternating orange and white bars are edged in various amounts of blue. Australian ...
Describer: GÜNTHER 1867
0109 INVERT Sabellastarte fallax
Sabellid worms, commonly called feather dusters, construct a leathery tube up to 10 inches (25 ...
Describer: QUATREFAGES 1866
1208 INVERT Clibanarius tricolor
There are many small hermit crabs in the aquarium trade, but this hardy species is especially ...
Describer: (GIBBES 1850)
IOM 1108 Psammocora contigua
Although fairly common in nature, it is only occasionally available in the trade.  When ...
Describer: ESPER 1794
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