Thank you for the excellent transaction. The Berghia acclimation was relatively simple. (At least if you are used to gently acclimating delicate invertebrates.) They ate half of an Aiptasia during the process. Upon placing them in the tank, they went around discovering their new environment. Unfortunately, with a tank like mine (a well established 29 Gal reef) it's easy to disappear, which they soon did. I haven't seen trace of them since. I assume by the success of the acclimation process that they have found a home, and I expect they will begin to feast on the hearty and prolific aiptasia population that's slowly been encroaching on my soft corals and other sessile invertebrates! I'll let you know if I don't see any results in a few weeks, but I expect no problems. Thanks again, Trent
Date Added: 05-05-2006
I have looked for the Berghia nudibranchs for a while. Found them here about a year ago. Purchased 6. Put them in a client 100 gal. with hundreds of aptaisia. Now i have to place other clients aptaisia rocks in this 100 gal just to feed them. Remarkabl...
tim tunstill from Kansas City MO.