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Green Ribbon Nudibranch

Item # 163351
Green Ribbon Nudibranch is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Commonly referred to as the lettuce sea slug, the green ribbon nudibranch makes an attractive addition to any reef or fish tank. This bottom-dwelling algae eater cleans the walls and rock surfaces in your tank.

Price

$9.95

In stock and available to ship.

Commonly referred to as the lettuce sea slug, the green ribbon nudibranch makes an attractive addition to any reef or fish tank. This bottom-dwelling algae eater cleans the walls and rock surfaces in your tank.

Note: Please order 2 to 3 weeks in advance of the desired delivery date. Also indicate an alternate shipping date. We cannot guarantee exact delivery times and delivery dates may be delayed due to inclement weather. Orders are shipped directly from our vendor located on the Florida Coast. Marine organisms are shipped only on Mondays and Tuesdays for overnight delivery. Live delivery is not guaranteed for marine specimens shipped out of the United States.

  • This is a special order item that requires additional time for culturing and processing before it ships. Arrival timeframes are available during Checkout.
 

Living Organism Care Information

 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for the purpose The species they shipped, Elysia clarki, is an excellent little herbivorous sea slug. Assuming you have access to the right food plants, such as shaving brish (Penicillus) or feather algae (Bryopsis), they are easy to care for and very interesting little slugs. If you have an infestation of hair algae, these slugs may help to control it. For turf algae and most algae growing on the surfaces of glass and rocks, a species of herbivorous snail would probably work better.
Date published: 2014-09-05
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