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Blue Leg Hermit Crab
(Clibanarius tricolor)

The Dwarf Blue Leg Hermit Crab is a valuable addition to an aquarium because it will eat algae including green hair algae and cyanobacteria. In addition, it provides valuable aeration by sifting through the sand. It is one of the Hermit Crabs that is reef-safe.

Starting at: $1.30
Red Tip Hermit Crab
(Clibanarius sp.)

It is a voracious scavenger and serves as an ideal member of your marine or reef aquarium's cleanup crew. This omnivore will scavenge all over your live rock and sand substrate - finding its way into the tightest of spaces - to feed on algae and detritus.

Starting at: $1.30
Scarlett Hermit Crab
Ciliopagurus strigatus
these small hermit crabs have a voracious appetite for detritus and algae. In fact, they are particularly fond of nuisance algae of the filamentous, hair, and slime varieties, as well as cyanobacteria. Finally, unlike some hermit crabs, most Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs are very peaceful towards their tankmates.

Starting at: $3.99
Emerald Crab - Mithraculus sculptus
(Mithraculus sculptus)

The Emerald Crab is well respected for its scavenging ability. It will enthusiastically feed on uneaten meaty foods and many types of nuisance algae. Unlike many other animals, Mithraculus sculptus will eat bubble algae and helps clean your aquarium of these algae.

Starting at: $6.99
Porcelain Anemone Crab
The Porcelain Anemone Crab is white with red spots and/or blotches of red or brown. They have very large front claws which they use to fend off potential predators. They are peaceful, and make a wonderful addition to any reef or invertebrate aquarium. it is a rewarding and attractive addition to any large fish-only tank, or reef aquarium.

Starting at: $7.99
Porcelain Crab
The Porcelain Crab constantly filters the water for planktonic food, but will also scavenge for larger meaty portions. Offer the crab small bits of fish, shrimp or meaty food, as well as foods designed for filter feeders.

Starting at: $17.99