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Asterina spp.
Name: Asterina Star Fish
Type: Starfish
Treatment: Harlequin Shrimp eat Asterina (as well as every other starfish), so use with caution. The easiest way to remove these pests is to simply pick them out

Identification: A small (under 1" across) off-white, light brown, or mottled starfish, with short, wide legs for its body size.

Prevention: Carefully examine any new piece of rock or coral before adding to your tank, and remove any unwanted pests.
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