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    Tons of Eggs in the Bag!

    They arrived great. This time there were tons of eggs in the bag(around 6-8 different clusters of eggs), this time I cut the bag in half and am leaving it in my refugium hoping they hatch inside of the bag, I never had any luck before and I figured if...

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    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 eat only Aiptasia anemones and eliminates them 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 - Each
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      Do I have Babies?

      Hi! Just wanted to let you know things seem to be going well with the Berghia and ask your opinion on something. We put the original four in the small tank after we got them. I moved some eggs, but no adults to the main tank middle of November. A cou...

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