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A parchment worm crab (Pinnixa chaetopterana) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A violet-spotted reef lobster (Enoplometopus debelius) at Pure Aquariums.

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A razor clam (Ensis minor) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A bugula (Bugula neritina) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska. A bugula is a colonial animal.

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An acorn worm (Saccoglossus kowalevskii) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Two purple sea urchins (Arbacia punctulata) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A red coris wrasse (Coris gaimard) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln.

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A humpback turretfish (Tetrosomus gibbossu) at Pure Aquariums.

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A Randall’s prawn goby (Amblyeleotris randalli) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln.

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A Wheeler’s prawn goby (Amblyeleotris wheeleri) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln.

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Four congo tetra (Phenacogrammus interruptus) at Pure Aquariums in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Congo tetra (Phenacogrammus interruptus) at Pure Aquariums.

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An ornate tetra or candy cane tetra (Hyphessobrycon bentosi) at Pure Aquariums.

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An ornate tetra or candy cane tetra (Hyphessobrycon bentosi) at Pure Aquariums.

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A bushynose plecostomus (Ancistrus cf cirrhosus) at Pure Aquariums. This species is new to science.

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A royal panaque (Panaque nigrolineatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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A royal panaque (Panaque nigrolineatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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A royal panaque (Panaque nigrolineatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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A juvenile featherfin cichlid (Cyathopharynx furcifer) at Pure Aquariums.

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A juvenile featherfin cichlid (Cyathopharynx furcifer) at Pure Aquariums.

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A vulnerable male Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) at Pure Aquariums.

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A vulnerable male Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) at Pure Aquariums.

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A queen angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) at Pure Aquariums.

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A Koran angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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Clown loachs or tiger botia (Chromobotia macracanthus) at Pure Aquariums.

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An Orange band surgeonfish (Acanthurus olivaceus)
at Pure Aquariums.

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A Koran angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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Tapajos red head (Geophagus sp. “Tapajos”) at Pure Aquariums. This species is new to science.

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An Orange band surgeonfish (Acanthurus olivaceus)
at Pure Aquariums.

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Clark’s anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii) at Pure Aquariums.

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Tapajos red head (Geophagus sp. “Tapajos”) at Pure Aquariums. This species is new to science.

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A magnificent rabbitfish (Siganus magnificus) at Pure Aquariums.

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Clark’s anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii) at Pure Aquariums. These fish are captive-bred, while 95% of saltwater fish in the pet trade are wild caught.

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A near threatened black calvus (Altolamprologus calvus) at Pure Aquariums.

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