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Blue with yellow and white markings

Care Level

Omnivore; filter feeder

Growth Size

Sea Apples can move around the tank but may find a spot with good current and stay there. Be sure that power head and pump intakes are protected so it doesn't get sucked in. When stressed or dying, they can release a poisonous venom that is toxic to other aquarium inhabitants. If it looks like it is dying or dead, pull from the tank immediately. They are not tolerant of high nitrates or copper. Fish that pick on feather dusters may pick on its tentacles and they should not be housed together.

(Pseudocolochirus violaceus)

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Into the Blue signifies a passion for education and sustainability. We believe providing environmentally friendly alternatives to purchasing wild stock in the hopes of helping our industry and revolutionizing aquaculture.

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As part of our commitment to quality, Into the Blue fish undergo vigorous screening by qualified marine specialists to ensure only the healthiest species are delivered to our customers. Fish are treated in premium grade facilities for internal and external parasites, including flukes, lice, nematodes, cryptocaryon, brooklynella hostiles, velvet disease, hole in the head and more. This helps ensure the best success rate in your aquarium environments. Less stress on the fish, the environment, and on you!