Testimonials

U-Turn for Food

Hi, Sorry but I've been away and just got a chance to post. The berghia did just fine. I acclimated them in a small tubberware-type bowl and I put an aptasia rock in with them. It's funny because a couple were on top of the rock but the one piec...

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Blue Lip Vlamingi Tang (Naso vlamingi)

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Blue Lip Vlamingi Tang (Naso vlamingi)

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Our juvenile Solomon Island Vlamingi tang, Naso vlamingi, was collected from the ocean as a young juvenile fish and raised in captivity. It is approx. 2.5 to 3.5 inches long and eating a variety of captive foods.

The adult Vlamingi tang requires a tank. It is a herbivore and benefits from foods that include algae or supplemental algae sheet feedings. This fish is peaceful as long as it is the only Vlamingi tang in the tank. It is reef safe.

The benefits of buying this captive raised fish is that it less likely to have been exposed to disease or parasites. It was raised in a captive system so there is no adjustment period to living in a tank. It was captive raised by Sustainable Aquatics in Tennesee.

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Alive after 6 Days in Transit

I got the package picked up and all 6 berghia are alive!! I guess I hold the record for the longest time in shipping at 6 days (thanks to customs and FedEx). I've put them in the tank and there were 3 egg packs as well.

Todd M. from Sudbury, ON Canada

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