Are serpent starfish reef safe?
Keeping this in view, what starfish are reef safe?
Starfish are quite popular in reef tanks. Many of these creatures, such as the Sand sifting sea star (Astropecten polycanthus) and Chocolate chip starfish are predatory and should not be housed in reef tanks. The following starfish are considered reef tank safe: Brittle starfish (Ophiocoma erinaceus)
One may also ask, are brittle starfish reef safe? Brittle Stars can be considered reef tank safe since they will leave corals, fish and other reef invertebrates alone.
Similarly, you may ask, what do serpent starfish eat?
Feeding Serpent Starfish Serpent starfish are opportunistic scavengers, meaning that they would eat almost anything they find or catch. This means that most of the time, they catch stuff that doesn't move and help you with cleaning up extra food in your tank.
How big do serpent starfish get?