AQuality Exclusive!!! ReefGrazers Big Variety


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Exclusive!!! ReefGrazers Big Variety

AQuality can offer minimum 6 species as confirmed Janitors for your reeftank!

100's of CleanUp Crew members available

SNAILS
* Astraea
* Trochus
* Turbo
*
Leporicyprea
* Tectum

DHC [DwarfHermitCrabs]
* Blue Spotted Scarlet RedLeg DHC
* MAROONLeg DHC

Starfish
* TigerStripe SMOOTH serpent star

Contact us for your TANKSPECIFIC requirements.

Enquiries by pm/email/phone .




 
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Yes, at last, my cleanup crew has arrived :thumbup: Will email you, thanks.
 

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Picked up my first batch of Reefgrazers from the airport last night, Thank you Liaquat.

Literally 10 seconds after I put the Dwarf Hermit crabs into my tank I noticed they started to nibble at the bits of furry algae on my rocks :thumbup:
 
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...told you so!

See?

THAT'S why Dragonreef NEVER let you get any from him .

Anthony could NEVER part with my 'Hobbit crabs...'

Enjoy them.
You gonna want at least 50 more soon , soon.

How are Ror's few fish?
 
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Even BIGGER Variety Janitors/ReefGrazers

Brand new year.

Extended quarantine facilities.

More frequent imports.

TWICE, EVERY month.

DECENT quantities.

AQuality can offer minimum 6 species as confirmed Janitors for your reeftank!

100's of CleanUp Crew members available

SNAILS
* Astrea
* Trochus
* Turbo
*
Leporicyprea
* Tectum

DHC [DwarfHermitCrabs]
* Blue Spotted Scarlet RedLeg DHC
* MAROONLeg DHC

MORE ReefSafe HermitCrabs
* Solomon Islands Electric Blue Hermits
* Ciliopagurus Halloween Hermits

SeaStars
* TigerStripe SMOOTH serpent star

Peppermint shrimp
* Lysmata wurdemanni

Contact us for your TANKSPECIFIC requirements.

Enquiries by pm/email/phone .




 
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850l display ssd 1480x850
300l sump...dsb 600x500
LR 120kg's +/-

currently have
+/- 10 turban snails
+/- 15 dwarf hermits
+/- 5 hermits
3 bristle stars in display

What else do I need..shrimps...snails...hermits...stars.....price?
 
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Ah, ok..

So, you managed to get around to stocking more grazers yet?

First, add more suitable ReefGrazer snails.
I'd add about 15more.

NEXT month, after snails have established , add another 5 ReefSafe Hermits, or 10 DHC.

Smooth serpent stars are SAFER grazers than brittlestars (spiky).
You'd only need 2 in total anyway.
maybe, none at all.

pm sent with pricing info

PS have a good trip to Mozambique

850l display ssd 1480x850
300l sump...dsb 600x500
LR 120kg's +/-

currently have
+/- 10 turban snails
+/- 15 dwarf hermits
+/- 5 hermits
3 bristle stars in display

What else do I need..shrimps...snails...hermits...stars.....price?
 
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Hi Liaquat,

Can you please PM me prices of the various snails, and the smooth serpent stars? Also, can you post the scientific name and photo of the stars... and sommer all the other critters too :)

Dankie,
Hennie
 
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Hi Liaquat,

I have 400l + 100l sump
Current C.U.C - 3 blue leged hermits, 1 turbo, 3 shrimps

would love to get red legged hermits

please advise

Thanks
 
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Harsh demands for an idiot like me.


Serpent/Brittle Star


~Ophiolepis superba

occasionally
~Ophiocoma erinaceus BLACK

Pix, I don't really have.
But they are EXACTLY as ID'd , plenty on-line forum/site images.

I have sent pm with spp , pricing for you.

Hi Liaquat,

Can you please PM me prices of the various snails, and the smooth serpent stars? Also, can you post the scientific name and photo of the stars... and sommer all the other critters too :)

Dankie,
Hennie
 
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Red Legs

Warren,
After a long time sourcing, and comparing species of reef goggas:lol:

I've found PLENTY Hermits, called by that name.

I advise, you have something, as food , for your present hermits to clean, forage , graze on OR they/NEW hermits will fight over food and raid snails/each other as a FOOD SOURCE , COMPETITOR, or NEW SHELL provider.l

Present, relatively reefsafe 'redleg hermits', are from Baja/Mexico, and Atlantic- Caribbean.

They'd be the P cadenati, Calcinus , Ciliopagurus and Clibanarius spp.

OTHER Importers in THIS country only get 2 of the USA/Mexico spp, maybe 4-5 times annually.

I, on the other hand, find the DHC, from the Atlantic/Caribbean and Cape Verde' Islands to be even better than the world's "famous redlegs".

They remain smaller, eat undesirable algae, detritus, more aggressively and pose very little threat to ANY other invert/coral/fish species.

So, wait a bit.
Stock up with safe levels of either coral, fish.
Add a few more snails, to establish grazing pattern, and THEN go for more hermits.

Select from species AQuality has listed.

Hi Liaquat,

I have 400l + 100l sump
Current C.U.C - 3 blue leged hermits, 1 turbo, 3 shrimps

would love to get red legged hermits

please advise

Thanks
 
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Good evening Liaquat, please pm me on what you think I still need and prices please.
 
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Warren,
After a long time sourcing, and comparing species of reef goggas:lol:

I've found PLENTY Hermits, called by that name.

I advise, you have something, as food , for your present hermits to clean, forage , graze on OR they/NEW hermits will fight over food and raid snails/each other as a FOOD SOURCE , COMPETITOR, or NEW SHELL provider.l

Present, relatively reefsafe 'redleg hermits', are from Baja/Mexico, and Atlantic- Caribbean.

They'd be the P cadenati, Calcinus , Ciliopagurus and Clibanarius spp.

OTHER Importers in THIS country only get 2 of the USA/Mexico spp, maybe 4-5 times annually.

I, on the other hand, find the DHC, from the Atlantic/Caribbean and Cape Verde' Islands to be even better than the world's "famous redlegs".

They remain smaller, eat undesirable algae, detritus, more aggressively and pose very little threat to ANY other invert/coral/fish species.

So, wait a bit.
Stock up with safe levels of either coral, fish.
Add a few more snails, to establish grazing pattern, and THEN go for more hermits.

Select from species AQuality has listed.
Thanks for the advise
:thumbup:
 
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