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Care Level: Easy

Approximate Size: 0.75 in

Diet: Carnivore

Temperament: Peaceful

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Invert Care For Berghia

  • How social are Berghia

    Semi-Aggressive Marine Invertebrates Semi-aggressive marine invertebrates are species known for their ability to defend their territory using stinging cells or chemical toxins. Unlike their more aggressive counterparts, these invertebrates do not actively seek out other organisms to attack but can still pose a threat to their neighbors if they come into contact. When adding semi-aggressive invertebrates to your aquarium, it’s important to provide sufficient space for them to grow and thrive without encroaching on other species. Regular observation is key to ensuring that these invertebrates do not cause harm to their tank mates, and adjustments may be necessary to maintain a balanced and peaceful aquarium environment.

  • What should I feed Berghia?

    Carnivore: Invertebrates classified as carnivores primarily consume meaty foods. These species thrive on diets rich in meat-based proteins, such as brine shrimp, small fish, or other marine organisms. Providing a varied diet that includes these protein sources is essential for their health and vitality.

How To Acclimate Your New Invert

Proper acclimation is crucial for new inverts. Follow this simple process immediately upon receiving your livestock. Do not drop acclimate.

  • Step 1: Temperature Equalization

    Begin by floating the sealed bag containing the animals in your aquarium. This allows the water inside the bag to gradually adjust to the temperature of your tank water. This step helps prevent shock due to sudden temperature changes.

  • Step 2: Equalization Period

    Allow the bag to float for approximately 15 minutes, or until the temperature inside the bag matches that of your aquarium water. This gradual temperature acclimation prepares the marine invertebrates for their new environment.

  • Step 3: Introducing to the Tank

    Carefully transfer the marine invertebrates into your aquarium. Dispose of the shipping water and any packaging materials used, ensuring no contaminants enter your tank.