Sep 2021: POTM Cleanup crew

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Helping to clean the glass. iPhone 11.

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Okay, I have four of my favorites, but only one picture to choose. So, I will choose the best picture rather than the favorite clean up crew member.
 

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Here's looking at you kid.
This is Meatball, my pincushion urchin. Photo taken with my phone camera, no filters nor post shot editing... I wouldn't know how lol
Why him, because he is a beast at eating algae, that's why I overlook him bulldozing everything in his way. Everyone should have a Meatball!!!
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While Dr Zoomy the horseshoe crab is not a traditional clean up crew member he does an amazing job keeping the sand in my 100 gallon super clean and constantly turned. He has replaced all my nasarrious snails and even my sand sifter starfish.
 

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Here’s an old photo of a hermit crab that I took, when the tank had pretty much nothing but clean up crew. This was also my profile pic for a brief time. I took this picture with an iPhone 10. The key to good camera focus is to hold the camera/phone in one spot and wait for the fish or invert to come to you. When it’s in an ideal location and everything else is out of focus, take the photo.
 
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