Aiptasia removal has never been so easy and rewarding! In this video, I'll show you how to get rid of aiptasia anemones and set up a Berghia Nudibranch farm. So you can eliminate your Aiptasia in your reef tank for good. All you need is a couple fish tanks, heaters, air pumps, and a light. Eventually, every reefer has to face this problem. Aiptasia will sting and kill your corals. That’s why aiptasia removal is so important if they get introduced into your reef tank. They also spread throughout your tank very quickly. This can lead to the feeling of hopelessness, because of how difficult they are to effectively clear from your saltwater tank. These small glass anemones are not very attractive as well. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of natural methods to get rid of them. And products like aiptasia x and kalkwasser may not remove all of them. These aiptasia-killing sea slugs are nature’s answer to this pest that has plagued the aquarium hobby for years. They will kill aiptasia better than peppermint shrimp and copperband butterflyfish. Unfortunately, Berghia Nudibranchs have been too expensive for the average hobbyist to get for their tanks. They have also been very difficult to find. Until now! Once these nudibranch get in your tank they will kill all the pest anemones permanently. By having a separate farm of them, you can also make money by selling them to fellow reef hobbyists! As these sea slugs will lay eggs every 12 days. So you will have a constant supply as they grow into adults. ⬇Links from this video⬇ 🔪Aiptasia Killer Farming Kit - 🤍bit.ly/SaltyUnderground 🐌Berghia Nudibranchs - 🤍bit.ly/SlugFarmKit 🎥 My Camera Gear 🎥 - 🤍bit.ly/Laynes-Gear -🐠My Merch & live Coral Shop 🐠 - - 🤍bit.ly/CoralCraze -🎵 Where I Get My Copyright-Free Music From🎵 - - 🤍bit.ly/SuperCoolMusic (Use link to get 2 months FREE ) 📱 Let’s connect: Instagram – 🤍Layne.Wilson Facebook – 🤍RealLayneWilson TikTok – 🤍Layne.Wilson.Animals *DM me on Instagram if I used an image or video you took and I did not properly credit you. #laynewilson #reefaquarium #aquarium TimeStamps: 00:00 Intro 00:48 Cleaning out old fishtank 01:52 Why Berghia are the best option 04:58 Why you should breed Berghia 07:12 Setting up a Berghia farm 09:39 Setting up Aiptasia farm 11:00 Seeding the tanks 12:54 Maintaining the Berghia farm 14:52 Lifecycle of Berghia nudibranchs 15:20 What to do with the slugs 16:19 Outro/Cool Berghia clips
Hey man good video do I have to worry about predatory fish like a six line eating the slugs?
I just subscribed. Very nice video. you're so young and so experienced already. I have trouble keeping coral alive! :( I've lost so many. What 'clubs' or private reefers have these Berghia's for sale? I'd like to find some.
can these be kept at low salinities? 24ppt?
Question: will my fish or inverts eat my bougie slugs?
Do you clean and like gravel in the tank with aiptasia?
So I had aptaisia and got berghia, they killed all visible aptasia then started to death 💀 and a Lil while later they reappeared
Yeah Layne, I have a 700gal system consisting of 3 large tanks linked together. One day after years of Aiptasia free system, seems out of no where one appears in my 150, then my 220… finally the 176 bf. Guess I’ll be farming BN 😑
Nudi "branches" or Nudi "bronks" ?
Good job bud 👍🏼
Music to loud mate. Thx for info!
Yeah fvk em
Quick question, new to hobby- can the nudibranch tank double as a quarantine tank for corals?
I’m going to subscribe because of how impressive this was.
Hey brother. That was a great video.
Very informative video! Those little suckers aint cheap! I am buying some today. I wish I knew someone close by that had them! I thought of setting up a small tank for the nudis with some of my zoa frags or do you think they will eat them in the main tank that the aptasia is in? I know the like to stay hidden but maybe when supply runs out they will go after the zoas that have the aptasia in them in the main tank! What do you think? I saw reef dudes do that and they are all in my zoas! I would rather not go through the hassel of setting up the small tank if they will just eventually get to them!
I don't own a reef tank, but watching your video made me want to purchase a reef tank and voluntarily give myself an Aiptasia problem just so I can fix it with the Berghia Nudibranch solution.
I noticed an aptashia about 6 months ago and removed the small rock it was on. Several months later I saw several more aptashia so I researched youtube and learned about this slug. I order 4 and they arrived. They were small. I never saw them again. Aptashia would be seen from time to time but would disappear and then would pop up somewhere else. Tonight I saw one of the slugs moving around. It was huge. Not sure if this is the only one left after this many months but it's certainly keeping the aptashia under control.
I love the intro. Felt like a movie into
I usually use Copperband butterflyfish, next time I will try it 😁