Lettuce Nudibranch

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Lettuce Nudibranch

Elysia crispata (Lettuce Sea Slug) It will do well in an aquarium, if provided with ample room to forage. It prefers an aquarium with live rock so that it can graze on algae. The Lettuce Sea Slug incorporates the chloroplasts (the portions of the cell responsible for photosynthesis) from the algae into its tissues, and thus relies on photosynthesis for part of its energy. It can be harmed by pump intakes and drains, so care should be taken to screen these off. It is sensitive to high levels of nitrate and will not tolerate copper-based medications.

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  • 5
    Nudi's

    Posted by Vicci on 4th Sep 2021

    All 3 eating away! Nice size!

  • 5
    Cool

    Posted by David Curry on 26th Sep 2020

    Nice little thing.... lol Looks very different cant wait for it to get bigger.

  • 5
    A Satisfied Customer!

    Posted by Walter on 2nd May 2020

    I received a lively and healthy Lettuce Nudibranch. I've ordered 5 times and will keep ordering from here.

  • 5
    LETTUCE NUDIBRANCH

    Posted by David Machynski on 31st Oct 2019

    These were a little smaller then the ones I got with my last order 2 are in hiding the one is munching on algae nice and healthy

  • 5
    Lettuce Nudibranch

    Posted by Dwarf seahorse enthusiast on 19th May 2019

    Very fast shipping. Nudibranch looks nice and healthy. Appears to be doing well and seems to enjoy eating the hair algae.

  • 5
    Lettuce nudibranch

    Posted by Jude F on 19th Nov 2018

    Nice size and very healthy they spend all day cleaning up great addition to my reef tank

  • 5
    Lettuce Nudibranch

    Posted by Jude on 9th Sep 2018

    I ordered two both showed up looking great nice addition to my seahorse tank

  • 5
    Lettuce Nudibranch

    Posted by Mona McCulley on 27th Apr 2018

    Cute little things. Went right to work when I put them in the tank.

  • 5
    Lettuce Nudibranch

    Posted by Mark Maxe on 21st Apr 2017

    Arrived alive and looked good packed with ulva. After acclimation have not been able find the little but am sure he is ok as he was active and crawling around the rock