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Memorial Day Pods

Our Ultimate Live Food Source for your fish is on SALE NOW! Don't wait! Take advantage of these savings. If you have not tried our pods yet, NOW is the time! If you, and your fish LOVE our pods, stock up now! Add pods to your cart from this page to get the special price.


Powder Blue Tang

Feel free to select a Powder Blue Tang. This magnificent fish is good and healthy. This Powder Blue is about 4" long. Powder Blue tangs are hardy and beautiful. If you have any questions, feel free to call me or send a email.


Singapore Angel

This is a gorgeous fish! It started off a little shy, and still does retreat to it's piece of pvc pipe when startled, but will come to glass to seek food from you.  It is currently accepting flake foods and eating our awesome Caulerpa prolifera and Gracilaria. 

Available from 5/23/2018 until 5/31/2018 or while supplies last!


Skeleton Shrimp

Skeleton shrimp are currently available. They won't last long! If you are not familiar with these cool little critters, let me tell you about them. They are a type of very small shrimp. They look like small stick figures. They are benthic detrivores, will cling to macro algae and sea grasses. They are unique and fun to watch. Fish will hunt for them and eat them, but they are not an especialy appetizing meal for a lot of fish. They will do well in a sump, refugium, or algae scrubber. Each portion of skeleton shrimp will contain at least 10 along with perhaps a few amphipods.

Available while supplies last!


Mandarin Goby and 1 Portion Pods

Enjoy a beautiful Mandarin Goby and feel assured that he will be well fed. Cart includes Green Mandarin and 1 portion of Pods.  One of the most beautiful of all fish, the Mandarin Goby is very hardy and long lived when fed properly. Now you can confidently own a Mandarin Goby and feed him to his hearts desire with our automatic delivery of Pods.  Here is a link to our Pods subscription page.


Nassarius vibex

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Peppermint Shrimp

Very popular for use in reef aquariums to help control Aptasia anemones.These are also known as Caribbean Cleaner Shrimp. They reproduce readily in the aquarium although the babies are very difficult to rear. This makes these shrimp ideal for keeping in display tanks as a consistant food source for smaller fish and invertebrates. These shrimp are purchased from our local wholesaler.

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Turtle Grass 3 Plant Pack

This marine plant is an interesting addition to any aquarium or refugium. It grows best with good quality, strong lighting for at least 8-10/ hrs a day. Turtle grass requires a good six inch+, mature sand bed for optimal root structure.


Turtle Grass ea.

Tall broad leafed sea grass requirse a deep sandbed of between 4"-8" deep.

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Ulva(Sea Lettuce)

We have found ulva growing in this area. I am finding it wrinkly and in the diameter of a value-menu sized hamburger bun. Looks good. This makes a fantastic refugium plant and is very desirable to pods. They eat it and live in it!

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Right Handed Hermit Crabs

A great little native hermit crab. These hermits will stay small, smaller than Blue Leg Hermits. Due to their size, they are deemed reef safe. They are an omnivore, but it's natural habitat is grass beds. These hermits don't know what coral is. They feed on algae and excess food in the substrate. 


Olive Nerite Snail

These snails are in high demand for fresh water, brackish water tanks, and ponds. They can be converted easily to salt water and are extremely hardy snails. These snails are not a variety that will crawl out of your tank. They have a big appetite for algae and will be found on glass and on rocks. Many of the Olive nerites that we have collected have barnacles on their shells. We have had years of experience keeping these snails, but have not had them in stock for quite a long time. We are happy to offer them again!

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Wild Green Molly

The Sailfin Molly, Poecilia latipinna, is a species of fish, of the genus Poecilia. They inhabit freshwater, brackish, and coastal waters from North Carolina to Texas and the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico.The sailfin molly was originally described in 1821 as Mollienesia latipinna by the naturalist Charles Alexandre Lesueuer, who based his description upon specimens from freshwater ponds in the vicinity of New Orleans, Louisiana. Sailfin mollies feed primarily upon algae and other plant materials, although they will consume a number of aquatic invertebrates, including the larvae of mosquitos. The sailfin molly is a tolerantt species, as it can exploit the thin film of oxygen-rich surface water with its upturned mouth, so is able to survive oxygen-depleted habitats. A euryhaline species, the sailfin molly may be found in a variety of saline environments, tolerating salinities as high as 87 ppt and breeding in brackish waters.

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Ivory Mystery Snail

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Tiger Nerite Snail

They will not crawl out of your tank. They eat a lot of algae and will be found on glass, rocks and driftwood.

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New Slate Pencil Urchin

These neat urchins are omnivores. They will eat algae, detritus, sponge, and possibly corals. They remain nearly motionless during the day and forage by night. They are about 2.5 -3" across.


Star Snail

Star Snails are great looking snails as well as very helpful algae eaters. We just received a good stock of these awesome snails. They are active and ready to clean your rocks, sea grasses, and glass. Add some to your cart and watch them work!

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