Thorny Star
We find these colorful starfish on grass flats in the Keys. The largest one we've seen measured about 8" from tip of leg to tip of leg. They are reef safe and remain pretty active. They add color and character to any marine aquarium. We have determined them to be reef safe based on their natural habitat. These stars are not found in areas containing corals or polyps of any kind. These stars are collected on sandy/rocky grass flats. They are likely detrivores. The ones we have right now are about 4" across.


Common Starfish
These starfish are very hardy and extremely easy to care for. Their natural food is small clams(which we also carry). They will eat prepared foods(frozen,flake,etc.). These guys may even be a good food source for Clown Harlequin Shrimp. It makes a welcome addition to a refugium as an effective scavenger. They range from dime size up to golf ball size. They have been observed to be reef safe and very attractive.

We are out of these stars til we find a new location to collect them from.


Serpent Stars
Most likely the hardiest and most useful of all sea stars. These Serpent Stars are outstanding scavengers. They are very reef safe and easy to care for. Expect them to live for years. They are a scavenger that feeds on fish feces, dead organisms, and uneaten food.


Atlantic Sea Cucumber
We have the atlantic cucs. They're not the most attractive, but they are the safest and very effective cleaners. We have large ones and very small ones in stock right now. Please specify if you prefer lg. or sm..


Sm. Rock Boring Urchins
These little urchins are wonderful algae eaters. They are also a great live treat for many Triggers. These urchins may not be recommended for acrylic tanks or if you have coraline algae growth. They have very strong mouth parts and may scratch acrylic tanks and they will eat coraline algae as well.


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Micro Stars
These little guys are very good detritous feeders. They will hide in crevaces in rocks or bury slightly beneath the sand by day, and venture out by night to forage. They have been known to reproduce easily in aquariums. They will definatey eat stuff where nothing else can get to. Another GREAT price from FloridaPets!

Out Of Stock!


Sm Red Stars

Another Great find. These Stars were hand picked from a local wholesaler. These are of the Fromia or Neoferdina sp. and considered reef safe. They should be kept in tanks with live rock from which they can graze algae and microorganisms. We have only the three pictured available at this time.