White Sea Star

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    OLDONE

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    I have a white colored sea star in the aquarium that is always buried. Any one know what it might be? I can't find any information on it because I don't know what it is called.
     
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    OLDONE, Aug 15, 2016
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    Sand sifting sea star. Needs lots of food particles in the sand.
     
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    Thanks Santa Monica I'll keep that in mind.
     
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    nothing you can really do to feed that guy other then get a good bristle worm or spaghetti worm colony going, they will eat the tiny offspring, They really should be kept in bigger aquariums
     
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