Introducing Natures BEST Way to RID Your Tank of Harmful Aiptasia! Aiptasia has become the big problem everyone seems to be trying to get rid of. Once Aiptasia take up living in your tank, it can be just about impossible to get rid of them. Aiptasia multiply very fast. It can take over your entire tank in a hurry. Even worse, Aiptasia eat the nutrients intended for your fish. They can even sting your fish. Some types of Aiptasia have been known to kill fish. We don't have to tell you it's a major problem when Aiptasia show up. You've got to work fast to keep them from becoming a permanent and very unwelcome guest in your tank. Over the years people have tried various ways to get rid of Aiptasia. The best way is to put something in your tank that eats Aiptasia. Unfortunately, this can have side-effects. The solution for Aiptasia often creates a host of problems of its own. We are delighted to announce we are offering the BEST solution for Aiptasia yet discovered. We culture and grow little animals called Berghia nudibranch. These guys do ONE thing and do it well. They EAT Aiptasia. Yummy yummy! When a Berghia nudibrach sees an Aiptasia all it can think of is dinner. They eat Aiptasia like they're going out of style. And because that's ALL they eat, our Berghia nudibranch are the best Aiptasia solution you're going to find. Berghia nudibranch won't eat your fish food. They won't bother your fish. They won't eat any of the corals, good algae or amphipods and copepods in your tank. That's right. They ONLY eat Aiptasia. We are a small coral farm with a mission to culture aquarium reef tank corals, fish and invertebrate to replace in the wild. So far our greatest success is this wonderful Berghia nudibrach that helps revolutionize the Aiptasia plague for tank owners. We have just started culturing Berghia nudibranch consistently and successfully. Before we send them to you, we fatten them on Aiptasia. They show up big and ready to gobble up all the Aiptasia you can put in front of them. Put Berghia in your tank and watch them whoop for joy when they see all the Aiptasia there. For as long as it takes, they rush around your tank gobbling up Aiptasia like humans eat chips when watching a ball game. Berghia will last in your tank for 5 to 8 months. These guys mostly work at night. You might be see one during the day, but they mostly eat while you sleep. Berghia is ALL you need to rid your tank of Aiptasia. You can remove other predators as they sometimes eat the Berghia. Fish don't really like Berghia, so don't worry about your fish eating them. Some wrasses will peck to check so please monitor. Aiptasias are a master of survival. They can reproduce sexually and asexually. Rip one out and 3 takes their place through pedal laceration. It seems no matter what you do, Aiptasias just keep growing and taking over your tank. Now you can do something POWERFUL to rid your tank of all Aiptasias. Our hungry Berghia nudibranch are the NATURAL solution that really works. BUY YOUR SUPPLY NOW while we have plenty in stock. LIMITED TIME SPECIAL: BUY 12 AND GET #13 FREE! We have large 3/4" sized Berghia Nudibranchs available. Click Here! Or copy and paste: http://www.fishnreef.com/bergia-nudibranch-aiptasia-eaters-p14533-p14534.html How many? About 8 per 100 gallons for heavy infestation (50+ Aiptasia). Larger 3/4"-1/2" bergia are better for high flow SPS tanks while smaller 1/4" bergia are fine for lower flow tanks. Large bergia will begin to lay eggs almost immediately in aquariums and consume Aiptasia more rapidly than smaller bergia. Release the Berghia in a low flow area or switch off pumps as you release them. Do not release directly on Aiptasia. Place them nearby. They will find the Aiptasia. While you can see Berghia during the lights on cycle, they are nocturnal predators and generally only eat when lights are out. Contact us if you have any questions. REVIEWS: https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/fishnreef.162779/ http://reef2reef.com/threads/large-bergia-nudibrach-are-on-sale-limited-numbers.164769/#post-1917866 http://reef2reef.com/threads/wow.162677/#post-1898379 Aiptasia Gone!