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Marine Invert 0907 Protoreaster nodosus
This sea star is not suited for reef aquariums, as I’ve heard of it devouring anemones, ...
Describer: Bob Goemans
FOM 0709 Hippocampus zosterae
The colors and patterns of these little animals are highly variable, both between individuals ...
Describer: JORDAN & GILBERT, 1882
Fungia scutaria
Locate on sandy or coarse substrate in areas receiving bright light and moderate water ...
Describer: Lamarck 1801
Cynarina lacrymalis
This is a very hardy, disease-resistant stony coral that's seen quite frequently in the trade. ...
Describer: (Milne, Edwards, and Haime 1848)
Sinularia dura
This is a readily available hardy soft coral, both in the wild and in the trade. Even though ...
Describer: (Pratt, 1903)
Centropyge flavissima
Intense yellow with light blue highlights: ring around the eye, edge of the operculum, and the ...
Describer: CUVIER 1831
Nephtheis (oxycorynia) fascicularis
Unfortunately this and most others in this phylum require heavy concentrations of suspended ...
Describer: (Drasche, 1882)
Euphyllia ancora
Tentacles are tipped with a T-shaped projection similar to Thor's hammer or a ship's anchor, ...
Describer: Vernon & Pichon, 1980
Holacanthus ciliaris
The juvenile is basically a blue fish with a golden head and throat and vertical barring on the ...
Describer: (LINNAEUS, 1758)
Discosoma coerula (blue) and Discosoma ferrugata (red)
These mostly photosynthetic animals, which are approximately 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) in ...
Describer: Rüppell and Leuckart, 1828
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