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Old 09-19-2012, 01:38 PM   #1
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pink pincushion urchin is white?

So I just got a shipment in of assorted inverts including a pink pincushion urchin. I attached a photo of how it came...which is white. Is it normal for them to lose color during shipment? Or is this the color he will always be? He's in my tank now after acclimating and already pulled some shells on top of himself. I see his tentacles moving about so I know he's alive. Could he really have lost so much color?
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