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Old 03-22-2013, 01:49 PM   #1
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Nudibranch? Or no nudi?

Does anyone have any experience with nudi branches in your reef tank? I need some experience input I am very interested in adding this beautiful creature

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Most aren't reef safe. Nudibranch only eat one type of food, be it coral, anemone, sponge, or algae. The lettuce nudibranch only eat hair algae, and are the most normally seen in the reef aquariums. Due to them large amounts of a specific type of food, they aren't generally kept. I personally tried to keep a lettuce nudibranch and wasn't able to keep it fed with what I considered to be a hair algae issue at the time.
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branch, nudibranch

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