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The Nassarius Snail has a little body with a big appetite – going around your tank foraging for any decaying waste, leftover food and nasty fish excrement in your tank.
The Nassarius Snail snail is an efficient scavenger – and will eat detritus. As a basic must have for your clean up crew – nassarius snails eliminate the yuck which causes nitrates which feed algae – aiding in the removal of unwanted algae by preventive maintenance. The Nassarius Snail has a small shell approximately the size of an olive pit. Nassarius Snail burrow into the substrate and when a morsel of dinner is available, a long tube like siphon will arise from the substrate to quickly locate it. Pushing through the upper levels dof the substrate, nassarius snails help aerate the substrate, preventing compaction.
72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025
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The Feather Duster is usually found in the coral rubble at the base of the reef aquarium, with some of the rubble being incorporated into its parchment-like tube. It needs to be housed in a well-established reef system as it is dependent upon plankton for its diet. It is very intolerant of copper-based medications.
- This peaceful omnivore will effectively clean even the largest home aquarium of detritus and left over food. Like other starfish, the Sand Sifting Sea Star will also consume small invertebrates, including shrimp, urchins, mollusks, bivalves, or other small sea stars.