YESare they reef safe
NO, definitely not!worthwhile getting?
I would suspect the other way round, as the brighter coloured ones (generally reds) will be better camoflaged in deeper water, where the colour red is filtered out.read through some more article's and would lean to not keeping them as some are from deep waters and some not, would suppose that the low coulor ones eg white brown would be from deeper waters
Kanga please don't, and same for anybody else, unless you are serious about researching what exactly it takes to keep them healthy. If there is a market for them, they will continuously be harvested from their natural habitat, only to starve to death in our aquariums.Kanga, just go and buy it please!!!!
enuff saidThey should'nt be taken out of the ocean.
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