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There are several varieties. IME, the brownish ones that ate some SPS are quite rare. The grey ones that harass and eat zoas are a bit more common. The most common lighter, white ones seem harmless and like to eat diatoms.


Just what I've observed...

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Lately, I have been finding some in my tank that have red and green colors to them. I also found one near a monti digitata that had a bare patch... I checked it for nudibranchs first, and found none (I think I am getting pretty good at spotting them...). So now I am blaming the asterinas. I am taking out any that I find that have color to them. So far I have found four.



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