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Astrea-Snail
Astrea Snail
An aquarium with live rock is preferable so that it can graze on the algae. It will also graze on algae on the side of the tank. In addition, it eats cyanobacteria and diatoms.

Starting at: $1.50
Nassarius-Snail
Nassarius Snail Tonga
The Nassarius Snail is a little snail with a big appetite. This hungry critter glides through your aquarium foraging for food. The Nassarius Snail is an efficient scavenger and detritus eater and is the perfect member of your reef aquarium cleanup crew.

Starting at: $2.79
Trochus-Snail
Trochus Snail
(Trochus sp.)

The Banded Trochus is easy to care for and very adept at working as your aquarium's cleanup crew. The Banded Trochus Snail is well suited for reef aquariums. As a general rule, you can keep one snail for every two to three gallons of aquarium water. It naturally feeds on algae, cyanobacteria, and diatoms amongst your live rock, substrate, and aquarium glass.

Starting at: $2.79
Turbo-Snail
Zebra Turbo Snail
(Turbo sp.)

The Turbo Snail is extremely popular among reef hobbyists, since it quickly eliminates large amounts of nuisance algae. It is particularly fond of hair algae and will consume mass quantities of it and other algae off your live rock and aquarium glass.

Starting at: $2.99
Spiny-Astraea-Snail
Spiny Star Astraea
The Spiny Star Astraea Snail serves a greater function of cleaning algae-covered live rock. It is very adept at keeping your aquarium clean. In fact, this small herbivore prefers to feed on nuisance hair algae, as well as cyanobacteria and diatoms. Some hobbyist claim the Spiny Star Astraea Snail actually consumes the entire hair algae structure, which helps prevent immediate further algae growth.

Starting at: $4.59