Spiny Star Astraea Snail - (Astrea phoebia) - Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
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Spiny Star Astraea Snail - (Astrea phoebia) - Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
Spiny Star Astraea Snail - (Astrea phoebia) - Buy 1 Get 1 FREE

Spiny Star Astraea Snail - (Astrea phoebia) - Buy 1 Get 1 FREE

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A beautiful snail that is great at eating hair algae and cyanobacteria. Has a spiraled shape with spiny protrusions all the way around. very efficient at eating multiple types of algae.
COMMON NAME: Saltwater Spiny Star Astraea Snail
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Astrea phoebia
FOOD/DIET: Herbivore
CARE LEVEL: Moderately easy
AVAILABILITY: Most always available - 99%

  • Also known as Spiny Star Astrea.
  • Super cool astrea snails - add some pizazz to your tank!
Customer Reviews
Charles Lutz of Punxsutawney, PA
Spiny Star Astraea Snail
I received my Spiny Star Astraea Snails today. Beautiful and healthy! Reefs2Go is the very best with their communications and their prices. Thank you.
Craig of Frederick, MD
Saltwater Spiny Star Astraea Snail
great quality snails, arrived healthy and happy, excellent communication, I'm already putting together my next order.
Joanne of Virginia
Spiny Star Astrea Snail
I'm so glad I ordered these. They are just as hardy as the other kinds of snails, and they are unusual looking and a nice accent. I bought four. I don't know if they will reproduce in captivity but I hope they do! Very nice snails and worth the price.
Tangerine of Montana
Ninja Star Snails
We were on the fence about ordering these snails for our tank because they are spendy compared to other cleaners, but we are so glad we did! They are unusual to look at and much more flat than usual astreas. We ordered two - one is about the size of a nickel, the other a little bigger than a quarter. They are shipped dry, but need to be acclimated anyhow. I unwrapped them from their paper and put them in a dish (shell up - duh) and as soon as I dripped water around them they sprang to life an...