Berghia Nudibranches

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  1. Kunhardt

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    Any of the sponsors still able to get these in?
     
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  3. shaun777

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    Wat do they do?
     
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    the famous aiptasia eating nudibranch. not an overnight solution but as they chow aiptasia they reproduce, giving you an army of aiptasia eaters over several weeks/month's.

    Very difficult to aquire
     
  5. shaun777

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    Are they reef safe? Cos if so I wud like one too @Kunhardt . I only have one aiptasia...but wen theres one theres usually another somewhere around haha
     
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    I want one also......
     
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    Mark can always pass onto me. When he has to many
     
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    Agreed;)
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    i have some still floating around in my tank.
     
  10. shaun777

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    @butcherman...do u hav a pic of wat they look like plz?
     
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  11. Kunhardt

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    I'll buy them all off you if you willing to send this way @butcherman
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    my tank has just been restarted, as soon as it matures i will be spreading the love.:thumbup:
     
  13. Kunhardt

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    Haha cool thanks! :D
     
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    Jipeee!
     
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    @butcherman do you have any berghias available? My "zoa eating Filefish" thinks that this is what he is supposed to do and the peppermint shrimps love the mysis too much to have an impact on the fields of aptasia.

    Make your price...from a desperate man
     
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  16. Kunhardt

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    dont feed the shrimp...thats the thing with peppermint shrimps from my experience...they will only really eat the aiptasia if there is nothing else to eat. If they eating the fishes mysis, feed the fish flakes for a bit. :)
     
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    Ooooh, my fish are a bunch of spoiled bastards

    Some will rather die from starvation than eat flakes or pellets.
     
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    Yeah peppermint shrimps, they can eat each other.
     
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    Doesn't the Berghia Nudibranches feed exclusively on aiptasia???
     
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    Yes they do. My refugime is however also filled with aiptasias so they will (and do) seed the display as well.
     
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    Well if anyone do have some of these Nudi's - I want some as well..
    pretty please...
     
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