Couldn't be happier! Corals arrived today ahead of schedule and looking great! Shipment was VERY WELL packed and still warm from the heat packs. Thanks to Lisa for suggesting that we move up the shipment to avoid bad weather later in the week. I plan o...
Chris Pickerell from Southold, NY
I purchased 10 berghia nudibranches in early September. Within hours they all disappeared. I didn't see another at all until several weeks later, 1 lone berghia would very rarely pop out of the rocks at night. I pretty much figured the others were dead and it was just a matter of time before this one kicked it too. Never saw it munch on aptasia and it seemed aptasia #s were staying steady. I had given up until I found another berghia in my sump. So now there were at least two left and by now they were big, fat and happy! The next day I noticed there were hardly any aptasia left... I hadn't been paying attention. It's been about a week since and I can only find a few aptasia visible in my tank! There were 100s of them when I made the purchase! So, I was very skeptical but I'll admit that this solution worked. I'd say there's a chance they might miss a few before they starve, but if I need to purchase more of these critters every year or so I'm okay with that. Thank you for providing a solution to such a frustrating problem!
Date Added: 12-27-2015