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Lettuce Nudibranch - Buy One Get One FREE - Limit 1
Tridachia crispata
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Tank Stats
Size : 1 inch or less.
Care Level : Moderate
Temperament : Peaceful
Reef Safe : Yes
Diet : Algae
Origin : Caribbean
Acclimation Time : 1+ Hours
Minimum Tank Size : 10 Gallons

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Lettuce nudibranchs are also known as Lettuce leaf nudibranch. They resemble the vegetable lettuce. Lettuce nudibranchs have a peaceful temperament. Lettuce nudibranchs are completely reef safe. A reef aquarium of not less than 10 gallons is required for the nudibranch. Lettuce nudibranchs are photosynthetic in nature. Lettuce nudibranchs are good algae eaters. Lettuce nudibranchs prevent the unnecessary growth of algae in the tank. This is a rare nudibranch as it stays active during daytime and becomes passive during night. Male and female nudibranchs look alike. They love foraging on live rocks. Provide the floor of the aquarium with plenty of rocks as this serves as the shelter. They are not poisonous, and can be kept safely in any home aquarium. A moderate flow of current is preferred otherwise that might harm the nudibranch. It takes sometimes more than 1 hour for the nudibranch to acclimatize into the aquarium. They are delicate and sensitive. It is not suitable for a beginner aquarist. Lettuce nudibranchs love hitchhiking on corals as well. The presence of metals in the aquarium is detrimental to the life of these species. The amount of copper and nitrate in the water medium should be kept as minimum as possible. They survive well in the water medium at a temperature of 72-78 degree Fahrenheit and a pH of 8.1-8.4. A small heater can also be provided to maintain an ideal temperature. A pump system should be provided to give a moderate water current effect.

they eat away at rocks and glass...the water movement sometimes throws them around from one end to another because they are light weight......They are peaceful and are something different to look at ...very fun and interesting to have I def recommend to anyone !
Reviewed by:  Ashley House from killeen on May 14, 2012, 7 p.m.
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