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    ID please, Fast response appreciated as they are in a tupperware container

    Hitch hiker... note 6 legs I cannot find any pictures online of a brittle/serpant star with 6 legs.
    one is about the size of a nickel the other a quarter.

    Reef Safe???!!!

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    they look like micro stars to me ... i say to put them back in the tank. great addition to the clean up crew.
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    I concur! If you have a sixline try putting them in the sump, my sixline eats them.
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    nope no six line, alright I'm going to go put them in. thanx for the very fast response guys!

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    you got it ... glad to help
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    IF they scare you you can mail them to "David Perry" They are great for the system and are neat to watch. I wish I still had some. They became fish food in my tanks, long ago

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    They are cool little critters. Good for the tank.
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    mini brittle stars for sure ophiactidae species from the looks of it, you probably have tons, beneficial
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