Testimonials

Alive and Hungry

My Berghia arrived alive and hungry. I began water acclimation and dropped in a few small glass anemone. Within minutes they were on their way, 4 began eating and two were mating, then joined the others. After a couple hours, I placed them in the tank,...

Kim

LPS Corals

The LPS corals are generally larger calcareous corals than SPS coral and usually have a much larger fleshy polyp. Many LPS corals are hardy, easy to keep, and can even be fast growing. They will usually require less intense lighting and a lower water movement than SPS coral. Look for a great cheap live coral? Check out Salty's Frugal Frags!

Testimonials

In Love

Thank you! All five berghia are alive and well, temperature was spot on :) All of my students have already fallen in love with them, Thanks again!

Roger P. from Reno, NV

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