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The spines are surrounded by basal plates. Never try to pry it out of a hole, as you will break its spines before it lets go. As it ages, its spines may become covered with coralline and other types of algae.\u003c\/span\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eDuring the day they will seek shelter in the rocks; at night it will come out and forage for food, looking particularly for algae lawns and smaller invertebrates like sea squirts or sponges. It can be destructive to corals. It requires an aquarium with multiple hiding places and live rock on which it can graze. 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Pencil Urchin

Product Description
The Pencil Urchin has a brown, sometimes mottled body with stubby, thick spines radiating out in all directions. The spines are surrounded by basal plates. Never try to pry it out of a hole, as you will break its spines before it lets go. As it ages, its spines may become covered with coralline and other types of algae.

During the day they will seek shelter in the rocks; at night it will come out and forage for food, looking particularly for algae lawns and smaller invertebrates like sea squirts or sponges. It can be destructive to corals. It requires an aquarium with multiple hiding places and live rock on which it can graze. The rock formations should be sturdy, since the Urchin could dislodge rocks as it moves around the tank. 

Actual Size 1-2" Maximum Size: 5”

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament : Peaceful 

Feeding: Omnivorous

Minimum Tank Size: 5g

Reef Compatible: Yes with caution

Scientific Name:  Eucidaris tribuloides

Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025

The Invert pictured here are representative only and the livestock you receive may vary in pattern, coloration and shape.

Maximum quantity available reached.

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