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Old 04-09-2013, 07:22 AM   #1
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Two star species in 29??

I have a serpent star and today bought a blue starfish. They are both about the size of my palm, the serpent of course is very thin. However he is so fast I believe he has killed 2 small chromis.

Will they fight for territory? I have a lot of sand at least 30-35 lbs and a 15 gallon sump with LR and macro.

Other living stuff: algae blenny, cleaner shrimp, Sand sifting snail, a few Asturias snails, a
Clam, three little corals
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Do you need photos is a "blue starfish" just too vague?

He hasn't moved much in te last 18 hours
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Got a pic of the star serpent? As for getting along they should be fine.
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