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Old 09-30-2011, 04:15 AM   #1
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Looking to add to m CUC in my 100 gallon reef tank. I just started off with 5 blue legged hermits, 3 Scarlett hermits, 3 turbos snails ten bumble bees and an emerald crab. Any suggestions on what else is good? Or more of a particular kind. I would love to hear what works for everyone.
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Keep in mind the bumble bee snail is a carnivore, and might eat other snails if not enough food/lr (which with a 100 gal tank, it shouldn't be a problem).

I've always liked cerith snails. Saltwater Aquarium Invertebrates for Marine Aquariums: Cerith Snail

Those turbo's are great. They just plow through any hair algae.
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