Discussion in 'RARS' started by TahoeMtn, Jan 24, 2010.
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I just saw this on craigslist
That is not a nudibranch. I just say some at me LFS and they are incredible slug like creatures that are short lived in aquariums and very difficult to keep even for very short periods. They are very beautiful and otherworldly. In the "Conscientious Marine Aquarist" 1st edition by Robert Fenner he does a write up on them.
yes, actually that is a nudibranch. Just what he says they are.
yup thats a berghia. supposedly good for goin after aiptasia.
Berghia for sure.....have used many successfully over the years.
Sorry, doesn't look like the nudibranch I saw or read about. I am looking right at it in the book.
try a web search eddy. they all look like what tahoe posted. those are what ive always known them to look like.
Nudibranchsâ€”Photo Galleryâ€”National Geographic Magazine
Check out the nudibranchs on this, you will understand my confusion.
one of those are a berghia? i checked , didnt notice any of those that specified berghia,.
Indeed they are nudibranchs. But they are better off left in the ocean unless you have a constant/continuous supply of aptasia, it's the only thing they eat.
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