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Home > Marine Life > Invertebrates > Nudibranchs
Proaquatix Berghia Nudibranch
Berghia verrucicornis
Proaquatix Berghia Nudibranch
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Size: .25-.75 inches
Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Non-Aggressive
Reef Safe: Yes
Diet: Aiptasia
Origin: Aquacultured at Proaquatix LLC Vero Beach FL
Acclimation Time: 3+ hours
Coral Safe: Yes
Invertebrate Safe: Yes
Minimum Tank Size: 10 Gallons
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The Berghia Nudibranch is a sea slug that preys exclusively on pest Glassrose anemones (Aiptasia spp.). A white colored sea slug (family Aeolidiidae) with beige color at the base of its gill filaments. In well-fed individuals, the gill filaments may contain more brown color from ingested zooxanthellae. These animals are highly prolific given adequate food and population--they seem more effective and reproductive in groups. This Berghia Nudibranch is aquacultured by Proaquatix in Vero Beach, FL.
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A sea slug that preys exclusively on pest Glassrose anemones (Aiptasia spp.). A white-colored sea slug (family Aeolidiidae) with beige color at the base of its gill filaments. In well-fed individuals, the gill filaments may contain more brown color from ingested zooxanthellae. These animals are highly prolific given adequate food and population--they seem more effective and reproductive in groups.
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