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Old 10-09-2005, 10:57 PM   #1
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Brittlestar mating season?

When the lights came on in my aquarium i noticed a whole bunch of small white brittlestars (looked just like um, im pretty sure) there must have been 20 of em scatterd. I havnt have a brittle star in the tank ever. Must have been 2 hitchhikers and mated or something. My LFS said they shouldnt be a nusience and they clean the sand and algea. I have a rose anemone and a GS maroon clownfish in the tank. Some of the brittlestars only had 1 leg tho, so i thought they were pretty young. They can get into every nook and cranny in my LR heh.
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They most likely came in on the LR. I must have between 200-300 tiny brittles in my large reef. Nothing to worry about. They are good glass cleaners.
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