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    nudi

    Got my half inch nudibranchs today and they were very happy upon arrival and are now aclimated and doing great in my tank went straight for an aptasia great looking nudibranch and I got a dersa clam as well and it is beautiful as well thank you

    joshua vance from jacksonville nc

    Berghia Nudibranch

    About our Berghia Nudibranchs

    Berghia Grown-Out Parameters:

    KH 8-10, CA 400-420, Nitrate 0,
    Salinity 1.025, Temp 78 degrees,
    PH 8.0 to 8.4

    The Berghia Nudibranch eats only Aiptasia Anemones and can eliminate aiptasia anemone pest from your saltwater aquarium! All of our Berghia nudibranchs are aquacultured and are grown in the water parameters listed to the right. They are completely reef safe and are the best way to get Aiptasia out of your Live Corals.

    If you have any questions about the Berghia Nudibranch or want to talk about how best to use Berghia nudibranchs in your reef aquarium please feel free to contact us. Canadian customers please click here Canada Ordering/Shipping.

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    1/2 Inch High Flow Berghia Nudibranch - 50 Berghia
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    $21.99 $19.99
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    $17.99 $14.99
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      Fast and Personal Service!

      Thank you very much for the fast and personal service! Had a small problem when my landlord took the package inside and then left for work. But after 5 hours I was able to get them into the bucket for acclimation. Everything is looking very active ...

      Michael

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