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Acanthella cavernosa
This is a non-photosynthetic, filter-feeding animal, and it requires shaded areas receiving ...
Describer: (Topsent, 1892)
Porites cylindrica
Placement of this coral in the aquarium should be similar to the conditions where it is found ...
Describer: Dana, 1846
Goniopora stokesi
This is a commonly imported coral usually available in green or brown colors, but occasionally ...
Describer: Milne Edwards and Haime, 1851
Nassarius arcularius
These snails are extremely good scavengers and usually reside buried in the sand, which they ...
Describer: Linnaeus, 1758
Heniochus spp.
An elongated dorsal is characteristic. Each species is some variation on black and white ...
Describer: Cuvier, 1816
Cryptocentrus leptocephalus
A colorful goby with light and dark tan-to-pink banding with pink and blue dots overlaid on the ...
Describer: Bleeker 1876
Trachyphyllia geoffroyi
This hardy stony coral is common in the trade and easy to maintain in aquariums if placed in ...
Describer: (Audouin, 1826)
Stylissa cf. flabelliformis
Stylissa flabelliformis is a non-photosynthetic filter-feeding animal, and it requires shaded ...
Describer: Hentschel 1912
Cycloseris cf. hexagonalis (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848) or Cycloseris cf. tenuis (Dana, 1846)
They should be placed on a sandy substrate in areas receiving bright light and moderate water ...
Describer: (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848) or (Dana, 1846)
Protula magnifica
This large serpulid worm, which is probably the largest of calcareous tube worms, lives inside ...
Describer: (Straughan, 1967)
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