Crabs

Crabs

There are 7 products.

Crabs for the Marine Aquarium - Cleanup Crew

Marine crabs are an essential part of a successful Cleanup Crew in the Marine Aquarium. They will keep track of unwanted micro algae species and excessive food. We will show you a few of recommended Crabs to successfully build up your own private crew.

As a UK based aquamarine farm, we don't offer a...

Crabs for the Marine Aquarium - Cleanup Crew

Marine crabs are an essential part of a successful Cleanup Crew in the Marine Aquarium. They will keep track of unwanted micro algae species and excessive food. We will show you a few of recommended Crabs to successfully build up your own private crew.

As a UK based aquamarine farm, we don't offer any livestock, as we focus completely on our marine algae stock. 

But from our long experience, we know which snail will work best for which unwanted micro algae. 
Therefore we offer you an overview of the best marine aquarium crabs you can get against nuisance algae. 

Most of this little helpers won't eat macro algae, but they will help to keep slow growing macro algae free from unwanted micro algae growth on it. But it can happen, that when the crabl is very hungry, that it will try some macro algae too. We see this especially happen with the Ulva Marine macro algae. In our opinion, this is very welcome, as this is better than a starving crab.

Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.

Less
More
Showing 1 - 7 of 7 items
  • Emerald Crab
     

    The Emerald Crab requires plenty of rock work and hiding places, and it best kept in a larger aquarium with enough algae available.It is an omnivore eater and will happily feed on meat and algae. They are as well know to eat the unwanted Bubble Algae

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Halloween Hermit Crab
     

    The Halloween Hermit Crab, has red - orange banded legs and is known for its appetite for nuisance micro algae like the green hair algae but as well cyanobacteria. It will be a great addition to the cleanup crew as it is peaceful too. They might become quite large, so we recommend them more for a min. 50 gallon reef tank in the long run. 

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Electric Blue Hermit Crab

    The Electric Blue Hermit Crab has blue legs with black banding and bright orange coloured antennas. It is a great addition for the marine aquarium as it will eat green hair algae and cyanobacteria, and it is reef safe.

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Dwarf Blue Leg Hermit Crab
     

    The Dwarf Blue Leg Hermit Crab or just  Blue Leg Hermit Crab is a reef safe addition for the marine aquarium. It has blue legs with small red banding. It eats various unwanted micro algae algae, including green hair algae and red slime algae (cyanobacteria), and will sift the sand for the search of food.

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab
     

    The Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab or Red Reef Hermit Crab / Red Legged Hermit Crab has red claws and a yellow face. Is a valuable member of the Clean up Crew, as it eats various micro algae and the red slime algae / Cyanobacteria, and will sift the sand for the search of food.

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crab
     

    The Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crab or just Red Tip Hermit Crab has red claws and is a valuable member of the Clean up Crew, as it eats various micro algae and the red slime algae / Cyanobacteria, and will sift the sand for the search of food.

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 
  • Dwarf Yellow Tip Hermit Crab

    The Dwarf Yellow Tip Hermit Crab is a more rare to find hermit crab with bright yellow bands on green to black legs, It is a valuable member of the Clean up Crew, as it eats various micro algae and the red slime algae / Cyanobacteria, and will sift the sand for the search of food.

     
    0 1 2 3 4 0 Review(s) 

Frequently Asked Questions

What macroalgae do you recommend for the Display Tank?

There are a lot of beautiful macroalgae species which are just perfect to be placed in the Refugium Display Tank & even for a Seahorse Tank.

We can especially recommend non-invasive macroalgae species which will add a beautiful colour and structure to the marine aquarium to enjoy.

Macroalgae for the Display Tank

How to achieve better macroalgae growth?

Macroalgae don't need a lot to grow, just good lighting and enough nutrients.

Should you already have good lighting for your macroalgae but the growth is not as it should be, maybe there are some nutrients missing in your aquarium water which it need to grow?

Find more here about what water conditions are optimal for macroalgae and dosing nutrients to your reef tank/refugium.

 

Clean Macroalgae - Sustainable grown in the UK

Livealgae UK offers you premium macroalgae species from fish & copper free tanks. 

All macroalgae we sell are sustainable grown in the UK and will be dipped and manually inspected before getting posted out to you, to ensure a premium clean macroalgae quality as much as possible.

Satisfaction Guarantee

We want you to be fully happy with your new additions and offer you a hassle free 100% Satisfaction & Alive Arrival Guarantee. 

If you are not fully happy with your purchase on arrival we will refund your money back (UK Orders only).

Read more about here:

GuaranteED Satisfaction

PayPal