Your source for hungry Aiptasia Anemone eating Berghia Nudibranchs

While you're at our online store don't forget to check out our other products. We make every effort to bring you quality saltwater livestock such as our Live Coral, Macro Algae, Invertebrates, and  Marine fish.

Testimonials

Its bettet than WYSIWYG

This was my first time purchasing corals from Salty, so I wanted to know what type of photography was used. I spoke to them and they were very honest and quick to point out that they uses photoshop to eliminate soem of the blue light. I received the sh...

Walter Slone





Your source for hungry Aiptasia Anemone eating Berghia Nudibranchs, Saltwater fish, and Live Corals for sale.
Berghia nudibranchs eat only one thing: the dreaded aiptasia anemone. That's all Berghia eat, nothing but aiptasia.. not majanos or any thing else and they are completely reef safe! You can learn more about the Berghia nudibranch from our Berghia Q&A or Berghia Information page. If your not sure what an Aiptasia anemone looks like or have heard of other methods of Aiptasia anemone control you can find out more under the Aiptasia Information page or see what an Aiptasia anemone looks like here.

While you're at our online store don't forget to check out our other products. We make every effort to bring you quality saltwater livestock such as our aquacultured Coral, Macro Algae, Invertebrates, and Marine fish.

We also offer an Aquarium Maintenance Service for aquarist in the greater St. Louis Missouri region.

Why buy your Berghia Nudibranchs, Corals, and other livestock from Salty Underground?

  • Guaranteed live arrival on overnight shipments

  • 99.9% live arrival success

  • Premium aquacultured Berghia Nudibranch grown on premises

  • The best FedEx Priority Overnight shipping rates!

  • FREE Box and Berghia Nudibranch transfer pipette

  • Customer service 7 days a week

  • Shipping 5 days a week

  • 17 years of experience with Berghia Nudibranch & a proven track record

Testimonials

Attack

The berghia arrived right at 10:30AM. Followed the instructions to a T. It went very smoothly and the first one in the tank found an anemone and started picking it apart. I put a medium anemone in the bag as suggested and that made it even easier. ...

Richard P. from Virginia

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