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Old 06-10-2019, 07:34 PM
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Harlequin shrimp

Will they eat a large red serpent star? Is any star in their food pyramid. Will remove serpent star if it will be preyed on. I have chocolates stars for them to dine on.

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Mine never bothered my orange serpent star, plus serpent star move pretty fast.
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Good to know. Heard harlequins sting the stars and paralyze them to prevent stars from moving. Had my serpent for over 7 years and don’t want him stung and being eaten.

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