Berghia Nudibranch is a sea slug that preys exclusively on pest Aiptasia (glass anemones). They are white-coloured sea slug with beige colour at the base of its gill filaments. In well-fed individuals, the gill filaments may contain more brown colour from ingested zooxanthellae.
They prey exclusively on pest Aiptasia, Berghia will hide in crevices away from light, only coming out to feed on Aiptasia in the dark. When the Berghia population is substantial and Aiptasia are becoming scarce, Berghia may be forced to forage even during lit hours.
Berghia are reef safe and will ignore other reef invertebrates and corals and is ideal for coral reef aquaria.
Preadtors of Beghia Nudibranch to be aware of inculde some Peppermint Shrimp, Wrasse (except Fairy Wrasse), Longnose Hawkfish, Camel Shrimp, Boxer Shrimp and Bristleworms