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Old 04-12-2005, 06:33 PM   #11
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Bottom dwellers would be like serpent and brittle stars. Bery hardy and easy to care for. And great for eating extra food on the floor and within the rocks.

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i have a choclate chip star and he hasnt botherd any of toadstools so i have heard they are and are not reef safe depending on who you ask

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Fluff, you are right on. I forgot about the brittle and serpent stars. I just got two myself. They hide a lot though. It depends on if you want them for show or not. If you want to see the starfish, go with something like the linka. Otherwise I would totally agree about the serpent starts.

Every book I have consulted says Chocolate Chip Starfish are not reef safe. They will eat types of coral.

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