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

Bonus Coral!

Everything arrived great! Thank you so much for checking to make surte and the great customer service. There was even a bonus frag of xenia on the Palythoas :) and the Berghia are munching away. Thank you again!

Shaun from Catalina Island, CA



Your source for hungry Aiptasia Anemone eating Berghia Nudibranchs, saltwater fish, and live corals!
Berghia Nudibranchs eat only one thing: the invasive Aiptasia anemone. Sincethey eat only Aiptasia, Berghia are guaranteed 100%  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. To see what an Aiptasia anemone looks like click 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 Saltwater Fish.

Customer Reviews
 

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 bred and grown on premises

  • The best UPS Next DayAir shipping rates. Saturday residence delivery is also available.  Please choose this option at check-out.

  • FREE Box and Berghia Nudibranch transfer pipette

  • Customer service 5 days a week Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm CST

  • Overnight shipping 5 days a week for all our packages

  • 20 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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