Assorted Sea Hare
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The Sea Hare common name comes from its appearance of a rabbit due to two oral tentacles on top of the head. In a stress free environment it will spend the day foraging for aquatic vegetation like Caulerpa.
- Sensitive to water quality, nitrates and copper
- Helps control algae
- Expert care needed
- Approximate selling size: 2-4"
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- Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day
- Primary BrandPetco Marine Inverts
|Water Parameters-SG Min||1.02|
|Scientific Name||Aplysia sp.|
|Pet Max Length||1 IN|
|Water Parameters-PH Min||8.1|
|Min Water Temp||72 F|
|Water Parameters-DKH Max||12|
|Water Parameters-SG Max||1.026|
|Pet Min Length||0 IN|
|Water Parameters-PH Max||8.4|
|Max water Temp||78 F|
|Water Parameters-DKH Min||8|
Expert care is a must. The Blue Spotted Sea Hare has the ability to release a toxic dye if threatened or killed and a form of chemical filtration, like carbon, is highly recommended to help remove these toxins from the water. The common name comes from its appearance of a rabbit due to two oral tentacles on top of the head. In a stress free environment it will spend the day foraging for aquatic vegetation like Caulerpa. If there is not enough vegetation to feed on supplementation of dried seaweed would be required. This species is highly sensitive to high nitrates as well as copper, and should have pristine water quality. Drip acclimation is highly recommended. The Blue Spotted Sea Hare releases toxins if injured or stressed which has the ability to kill livestock. We cannot be responsible for losses that could take place if this were to happen.