Get Rid of unwanted Aiptasia --- Huge Berghia Nudibranch Sale

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  1. Reeftown

    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    We are new to sponsoring and want to start out with a BANG!!!!

    30% OFF All Sizes of Berghia
    + For Every 5 Berghia you order (any size) you will receive 1 Free Berghia ( same size) + 1 free Egg whorl.

    Order now while supplies last. ed46e62f5ab09a50.jpg
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    [​IMG] Haven't figured out how to make a link to my site with this Ad but just go to WWW.Reeftown.com
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    If you mention in the comments section of your order that you heard about us on R2R then we will throw in an additional free egg whorl to your order.
     
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    Guess you figured it out because the link works
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  5. Reeftown

    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Yeah thanks to David
     
  6. Dan Bergum

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    I just wanted to say a few months back I ordered these to help with the hundreds of aptasia I had in my tank. Now I don't have a single one. Well worth the money.
     
  7. Reeftown

    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Thank you for the comment Dan...pretty neat little buggers.
     
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    Breadman03 Well-Known Member Catskill Reef Member

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    I suspect you'll have an order from me shortly.

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  9. Reeftown

    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Definitely Aiptasia
     
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    Breadman03 Well-Known Member Catskill Reef Member

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    :D A few hundred, at least.
     
  11. revhtree

    revhtree Owner Administrator Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Photo of the Month Award Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor Partner Member 2018

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    These nudi's work awesome!
     
  12. tupes

    tupes Well-Known Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Reef Squad Build Thread Contributor Louisiana Reef Club

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    How big of an aptaisa will these eat?
     
  13. Ryengoth

    Ryengoth I wish I was in St John USVI R2R Supporter

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    So, are these potentially deadly to other types of nems? I have yellow polyps and a large ritteri as well as other fleshy coral like elegance.
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    They will eat all sizes. Obviously the smallest ones first, cause it requires several Berghia to eat normal to large size Aiptasia. They are colonial and need each other to hunt, feed and Breed. We have tons of info on them on our website, as well. Typically, it will be the babies that ultimately eradicate your Aiptasia population, cause the ones you put in are basically your Breeders.
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    No!!!! Like most all nudibranchs, Berghia are highly specialized in their food sources. They eat ONLY Aiptasia species anemones. Won't even touch majano's, ONLY Aiptasia species. period. Unfortunately, after the Aiptasia are gone they will starve. Sad but the way it happens in the wild. The only way nature can rid an overpopulation of Aiptasia off a reef without causing an overpopulation of another species. Best to catch the remaining Berghia you can see after eradication of Aiptasia and give them to a friend.
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Ryengoth:::: By the way I LOVE St. John's the best of the USVI's IMHO
     
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    Sycoticrealm Well-Known Member

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    Their reproduction rate is pretty fast they cleaned my tank in about a month give or tank this was years ago so I could be off.
    But unfortunately I had aiptasia so bad it was in my drain flex hose I ended up finding out.
    So it returned.
     
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    Is it flat rate on the shipping if so how much for 6. Shipping that is.
     
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    Reeftown Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    No it is exactly what it costs me. You can go my site and get a quote from FedEx by putting in your zipcode in the estimate shipping part. Believe me it's outrageous. I hate that wish there were cheaper options. The best way to get that down is to get together with a few friends and form a group buy, Once you order $300 or more it is free shipping. That will get your landed cost per Berghia at it's cheapest possible.
     
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    Sycoticrealm Well-Known Member

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    I know other companies that ship free for cheaper and give 2 week returns.
    $300 is a bit much for one order if nudibranch is all you need.
     
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