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Done!

Hi, My Berghia have done such a good job at eliminating my Aiptasia, they have no food. I don't want them to starve. I will be in St. Louis this Monday. My question is would you like to have them back? "Here's what I did in case it helps other peop...

Daniel

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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Doing Fine

I got them this morning at 11 and acclamated them for 2 hours before putting them into my tank. I just checked on them and saw one eating an aiptasia. They seem to be doing fine. I'll keep you posted as their progress continues. Thanks again! Ricky

Ricky

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